How do you grieve when you’re an atheist? It’s a question I rarely considered before. And when I do, I play a scene from that Ricky Gervais movie where his dying mother confesses to him how she doesn’t want to become nothing when she’s gone. His character creates the idea of the afterlife to ease her into the great unknown. And that’s all there is to it, isn’t there? The Great Unknown. I’ve done my best to comfort those who have lost a loved one in the past. And it’s never easy, because my words of comfort are usually taken with a grain of salt. Because how do you sound sincere when your atheism isn’t secret? Sometimes I borrow someone else’s words to aid in the…