Dear Ryan, Wow. It has been over a month now since you left. I am starting to come to terms with the fact that you are gone, and have been doing much better. However, it's so hard without you. The fact that you comitted suicide has really left me questioning my friendship to you. Did I fail you in some way? God I hope not. No one ever loved me like you did, babe. I have to teach myself to care in the way that you did. I love you so much, and you were such an amazing part of my life. Ryan, I know our paths crossed for a reason. You were meant to show me that there truly are people in the world to embrace me and love me unconditionally. I promised to do the same for you, and should have told you more how much you meant to me. I lose my breath at the thought of never looking into your eyes again, but have hope in a spiritual reunion with you one day. You were so real, so compassionate. I'll never be the same because of you. You once told me that I gave your spirit desire to live. You truly did the same for me, and oddly enough, you still do even though you aren't here with me in the way that you were before. How lucky I was to be blessed with the presence of an angel who called himself Ryan Moravicik. I love you so much, baby.
In memory of a dear friend- Ryan James Moravcik Who taught me how to Love and Inspire With all of my power and will.
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