Boy: Excuse me, Miss Gilbert. You have a phone call.
David: How's the Guru Gita treating you?
Liz: Fine. You'd like her. Did you get my e-mail?
David: Yeah. I'm sorry I didn't call sooner.
Liz: Why didn't you?
David: Because if I didn't respond...we were still having a conversation. I was still in it.
Liz: I'm sorry. We were just bad timing.
David: I just wanted things to be easy. We were good when things were easy.
Liz: It's not that I need "easy" right now. I just can't have "so hard."
David: Well, you sound good. Stronger.
Liz: So do you.
David: Yeah, well, I'm an actor, Liz. I got a part. It's off-Broadway, but it's pretty cool.
Liz: I'm happy for you.
David: All right. Well, l'll see you around, kid.
Richard: Check you out. I have never seen you so focused. You need a Thums Up. No, no. No lips on the bottle. First rule in lndia is never touch anything but yourself.
Liz: Oh, good God. That's, like, five times sweeter than Coke.
Richard: I think it might have methamphetamines in it. We can only hope. I know you feel awful. But your life's changing. That's not a bad thing. And you're in the perfect place for it. Surrounded by grace.
Liz: I thought I was over him, but...I love him.
Richard: Big deal. So you fell in love with someone.
Liz: I really miss him.
Richard: So miss him. Send him some light and love every time you think of him, then drop it. You know, if you could clear out all that space in your mind...that you're using to obsess over this guy...and your failed marriage, you'd have a vacuum with a doorway. And you know what the universe would do with that doorway? Rush in. God would rush in. Fill you with more love than you ever dreamed of. Man. Groceries. I think you have the capacity someday to love the whole world.
Liz: What do they sell over there?
Salesman: Ganesh. Remover of obstacles.
Liz: I'm gonna need a lot of these.
Salesman: Speaking of elephants, there's a rogue elephant on the loose in the area. He was with carnival. They say he is very, very unpredictable and volatile.
Richard: That just makes him more attractive to her.
Liz: How'd you get to be so smart? I'll bet it was the hard way.
Richard: Don't change the subject.
Liz: Well, when is this grieving phase going to pass?
Richard: You want a day on a calendar you can circle?
Liz: Can you give me one?
Richard: No. You got to do the work. Meditate and go to seva...and most important, get your butt down to the Geet every morning...and something'll change.
Liz: I just cannot get through the Guru Gita. I can't find that feeling of devotion.
Richard: Okay. Devotion's love. Pick somebody or something you wanna devote it to. It doesn't have to be the guru. It's all the same to her. This is about you. Can I tell you something, Groceries? You got some serious control issues.
Liz: Is it obvious? All right, Richard, get out from inside my head now.
Richard: Shut the door.