Our greatest achievement has been, from the start, our regularity and constancy in being always close to the prisoner. To have walked with him in silence along his wretched road. To have demanded nothing of him. To have been of service to his needs. To have been derided with him. To have been, with him, looked upon with disdain. To have never lost heart in the face of hostility, disagreement and conflict. To have been always faithful to him. Indeed, to have loved him dearly. This is our greatest satisfaction and, truly, our honour.