Perhaps not the most detailed piece of yours, but probably the second most impacting one besides Fate.
I noticed the title first, expecting some kind of religious reference. What I found was this picture, where death is the only salvation in a hopeless and godless world. Men of faith, of war, of duty, and of bravery; they all felt despair, and became faithless. I found myself imagining myself walking along that same path, feeling that same despair as I look over that edge and prepare to embrace oblivion.
But then I saw the child. Walking back towards the damned world, that claimed his family no doubt, with a face of determination and resignation. To know that a small boy has more courage than the soldier is a sad thing indeed, but is all the more encouraging. He has strength to continue, and hope to drive him.
That said, I love this piece lol. I'm watching you, waiting for more breathtaking pieces of inspiration. Keep up the good work.