"The hardest thing in this world is to live in it."
There are so many ways to interpret that line, so many deeper meanings it can have, but I think each person who watches "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" takes something different from it.
I'd love to go into what it means to me, but quite frankly it's a little more personal than I'm willing to get on this blog. Let's just say that whenever I'm down, I think of it and realize that once I've made the decision to wake up in the morning and live my life, everything else is easy.
I loved the line so much that I got it tattooed on my right arm (my first tattoo, helping me overcome my paralyzing fear of needles). It's just a single line in what I think is the best scene in "Buffy" history. So watch and enjoy.
(oh, and as for why this post -- which is actually going up just about 10 hours before Slay-a-Thon -- is SO late, check back later today for a fun recap of how a 2-hour flight turned into a 13-hour travel day)