I see you, even if you cannot. All this time I have watched you fight your own battles, unaware of my watchful gaze. I’m here, just as I have been all along, but unless you allow me I cannot draw near.
Don’t you see? I want to help you. I can help you, even if you think it’s too late. But you have to let me in. There is only so much that can be done from the outskirts; I need to see beyond your protective walls.
Your towering fortress is cracking under insurmountable pressure. You have fought for too long; your strength fails you. I know you want to be independent, but this is too big for you. We were never meant to face life on our own.