Book 3 Chapter 18.4 - To Cherish
Regardless of what type of choice he made, he had to take responsibility for its effects, just like how it was eight years ago.
From the day the little girl left her swaddling clothes and was able to walk on her own two feet, she silently followed Su, doing everything Su had her do. Su made all of the choices in her place, and Su silently took on the responsibility of all of the consequences. It was just as Madeline said. For the little girl back then, the wilderness would forever be full of sunlight.
Su’s forehead was quickly covered in fine beads of sweat. This type of choice was just too difficult. In reality, this couldn’t be blamed on Su. He wasn’t indecisive in nature, but it was instead...