My brother is a priest over in England, an Anglican priest. He once, before they had security at airports, walked me to the gate at the airport in London and said “I don’t have a gift for you.” And that was kind of odd, because we were a poor family and we didn’t share gifts. But he says, “I’ll give you something you can put in your heart. Actually, I’ll give you two things.” I’ll save the first thing, but the second thing he said: “When you have loved someone, you’ll never be apart.” And that has really comforted me a lot. And so when I think of your aunt, or your godfather—you’ll never be apart.