Am I a good Man ?

Dearest Doctor,

I heard you talking to Clara the other day and ask her “Am I a good Man?” Sorry about eavesdropping on your conversation. I couldn't help it.

Remember that time when you were in your own time stream trying to save Clara and you said “The name I chose is “The Doctor”. The name you choose, it’s like a promise you make”? Even greatest of the doctors have their bad days. They have days when they fail to save a life or two. There are days when things are out of their control and beyond anyone’s imagination.

You, my dearest Doctor, might be a Time Lord in its most absolute form. But that does not mean that you are not bounded by the rules of the nature and universe. There’s a limit to your powers and madness as well.

You stood by the promise you made in your name for thousands of years trying to save humanity and other universe from some of its most disastrous events and succeeded. Remember those times, Doctor.

You flew into our world in an Old Blue box you called T.A.R.D.I.S with a faulty console and navigation system. You made it your home. You traveled across the universe from the beginning to end. Saw it blossoming and saw it burn. You’ve seen it all. You faced off against some of the worst that this universe had to offer and stood your ground proud and tall. You took the best this universe had to offer and turned it into something even better.

When you ask “Am I a good Man?” think about all those moments. All those lives you have saved. Think about all those planets that are still standing because of you, all those stars that still light the night sky with their bright light. Remember those faces that light up at the slightest sound of your T.A.R.D.I.S. Think of all those companions you've had over the years and how you shared some of the most incredible adventures with them. Remember those days when you were their only hope. Not to mention all those people who would willingly sacrifice themselves just to save you at the drop of a word from your mouth. Remember all those bad people who turned into good because of you.

Dearest Doctor, we have fought monsters together. We have seen the greatest artist of human kind do his magic with our own eyes. We have rebooted the universe together. We have fought against The Daleks, The Cybermen and The Weeping Angels. We have had some of the weirdest of dreams and greatest of adventures together.

Never for a second doubt yourself Doctor. You’re undoubtedly one of the greatest man I've had the pleasure of knowing.

I heard you changed your face again. It will take you a while to get adjusted to it. Believe me. I've seen it firsthand. No matter how you look, how you sound or act, you’ll always be my Doctor.

An awesome lady once told some bad people,

Night will fall and drown the sun, when a good man goes to war.

There will always be darkness Doctor. It’s in your hands to shine the light and make things better.

Go on. Be The Doctor I knew. Be The Doctor I trusted, loved and respected. Be the man you were born to be. Be the man who will make those old faces lit up with a smile. Go on Doctor. Be who you are.

You are the “best” a man can ever dream of and try to be.

Your Mother-In-Law.

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