That’s what’s so compelling about Meg: we find ourselves in her naked vulnerability. When we count our virtues and come up short, also, it's freeing to find we're not alone. The same questions Meg grapples with, we spend lifetimes trying to answer: do we have something to offer this family--this world?
Do we have something in us that matters, inherently, no matter how indescribable?
In the end, it’s this Meg, this thirteen-year-old who has nothing to give, who saves her brother.Read More