But is it really wrong for him to at least want to get her back to her hometown? She is only in his life again because of the Mara, so shouldn't undoing that be okay? (Of course, the only reason the Mara had her is because Berg can't forgive himself for letting her die, so maybe getting rid of her isn't a strange idea from a karmic standpoint...)
On a side note, how do the servants of the Lovers feel about mourning lost loved ones? I feel like even though the Tower certainly doesn't think so, I feel like the Arcana as a whole have some precedent to holding on to past experiences in order to become a better self. It seems a large amount of the reason Berg can't move on is because he can't forgive himself for failing to protect her, but if he could finally forgive himself, would still feeling close to her be bad? (Again, anything that promotes protective instincts is probably a no-go for the tower, but I'm more interested in how the accumulation of Dharma is seen to work as a whole)
Sorry if any of the assumptions I made here were outright wrong, I had a hard time wording my questions.