While doing his works in the flower farm, Elias (Joshua Garcia) finds a letter left by Matias (Manuel Chua). The letter narrates Matias’ regrets for living a life away from his son. Matias says he often wondered about Elias and how he was growing up. But he knows that it is no longer the best hour to dwell on remorse and what could have been. Rather, Matias decides that it is the proper time to make things right.
Matias claims that he is not benevolent enough to surrender himself but he is willing to help Camila (Maja Salvador) find the killer groom. Afterwards, he would leave Las Espadas, believing that it is the right thing to do to save Elias from all the grief he has caused him.
Matias tells how much he loves his son, albeit he knows he wouldn’t be able to prove so. “Aalis akong payapa ang puso dahil alam kong hindi ka kagaya ko, kaya mong manindigan sa tama,” says the last line in Matias’ touching letter.
Elias silently tears up upon reading his father’s note.
Later, Elias shares a conversation with Vito (Geoff Eigenman) and inquires on the current run of investigations about the ‘killer groom.’ Elias proves that Matias fulfilled his promise, upon learning that an unidentified man left a note on Vito’s vehicle to disclose the perpetrator’s whereabouts.
Elias then apologizes to Vito for acting rude towards him after the tragic Dia De Esperanza bombing. He says he shouldn’t have held grudges against the person who gave him a second shot at life.
In return, Vito humbly receives Elias’ apology and calls Elias the son he never had.