Glenn lives on in Maggie, in the child they’ll have, but also in the person she is now. And this is when she starts talking about Glenn as a person, not a loss, or a body. It’s the crucial difference between grief and mourning.
When I got here, Gregory was already in charge. Thought the people chose him for a reason. Looking at it now, I think it just happened. I didn’t like how he did things. But I couldn’t imagine anyone else in his place. I can now.
Somebody said to me the other day, “If this moment isn’t the best moment
of your life, you’re doing something wrong.” And I think about that all
the time. Because me not liking where I’m at is such a waste of energy.
And being able to be there for others is only coming from
self-acceptance. You have to do what makes you feel good, but for me it
has to come from that spiritual side first.