''Well, this is the end, Sam Gamgee,' said a voice by his side. And there was Frodo, pale and worn, and yet himself again; and in his eyes there was peace now, neither strain of will, nor madness, nor any fear. His burden was taken away. There was the dear master of the sweet days in the Shire.
'Master!' cried Sam, and fell upon his knees. In all that ruin of the world for the moment he felt only joy, great joy. The burden was gone. His master had been saved; he was himself again, he was free...
...I am glad you are here with me. Here at the end of all things, Sam.'
JRR Tolkien: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King: Book VI, Chapter 4: The Field of Cormallen