posted on Mar, 19 2015 @ 03:38 AM
I think it was necessary for us to feel the horror and dread that Glenn was going through at that moment.
To really understand how hard it was for these people to be considering letting down their guard in this community.
To understand how strong they would have to be to do so, in the face of the most traumatic evidence that opening up to others, and daring to invest
any thought or emotion into future plans, is terribly terribly dangerous, risky and scary for them... not just scary, completely mind shattering. To
try, amidst images and memories like that, is almost an impossible feat.
If you didn't see Noah's death, the way Glenn did, you wouldn't really feel that impact and empathize with his dilema.