"Yes." he replied, finally looking at me. "I am responsible."

Uh-oh! I knew this was going to be bad, but I needed to handle it. He may be a great king, but as my mother once told me, every king needs a shoulder of his queen to cry upon, and he often needs a direction nobody else can give him.

"Okay." I took a deep breath. "So what are you going to do now?"

"I shouldn't have let him go." he said.

"You're talking about past." I said, "Whatever is done, can't be undone. I am asking what are you going to do now? "

"Rosalie and Emmett could have been living a blissful lives, if I hadn't..."

"But you did, and now Emmett is not among us." I said calmly, "We already know that. I am asking what are you going to do now? How are you going to act now?"

"I... I really don't know." he sighed. "I don't know."

"Then get the answer." I said, "You're a great thinker, Edward. I am sure you'll get the answer. Just stay alone for some time." I said as I began to move towards the room.

"Stay with me." he said as he held my hand, "You can help me finding the answer?"

"I am sure I can," I smiled, "But I won't. You need to think what exactly you want from your life, Edward. Whatever Guruji, your mother or I say, shouldn't matter. I know everyone needs a guidance, but some times it's better to find an answer without any guide. Sometimes it's better to go with the answer that comes from your heart." I said as I moved towards the door.

"And..." I said as I opened the door. "I just want to tell you that I won't be leaving you alone if I had a little bit of doubt on your capability to think." I smiled, "You don't need any guidance from anyone, Edward. Bye."