Day 2 - a movie that helped you get through the hard times, or one that jumps out at you after your loss.
This movie doesn't quite describe my grief or anything, but it is my favorite movie of all time. The Razor's Edge with Bill Murray. Basically, I love anything with Bill Murray in it, and this one is one of those movies that knocks it out of the park. Humor. Drama. Buddhism. I think W. Somerset Maugham is my favorite writer, or definitely in the top ten. I love the makes of his books. Anyway, there is so much to love in this movie, but my favorite line by far, which I remind myself of daily, is a line uttered after the main character's true love dies.
I thought (she) was my reward for trying to live a good life. Uh uh. There is no payoff - not now. Not ever.
Basically, every aspect of that movie moves me in some way or another. The traveler in me. The Buddhist. The writer. The reader. The seeker. The lover. The compassionate person. The friend.
And having just looking up on IMDB what that quote was exactly, I found out that Bill Murray agreed to be in Ghostbusters if Columbia Pictures would make this movie. And you can tell, without a doubt, that he believed in this movie.