“Sam’s speech is one of my favorite in the series, and one I think a lot of people need to hear right now,” the user who submitted the scene, fullforce098, wrote. Thousands of users have since commented.

Tolkien himself said Sam, not Frodo, was the “chief hero” of the trilogy, and based the character on soldiers he knew fighting in the trenches for the British army in World War I.

In moments of crisis, we need art, of all kinds. We don’t need it to deny reality or avoid confronting problems—in fact, it’s the opposite. Art can inspire us to move forward.

Astin (who supported Clinton in the election) shared the scene on Facebook in June after the Orlando nightclub shooting. It received renewed attention after Trump was elected, and is now being shared all over Facebook.

Yesterday, in her concession speech, Hillary Clinton expressed a similar message to the American people. ”Let us not grow weary. Let us not lose heart,” she said. “For there are more seasons to come, and there is more work to do.”

Samwise’s pep talk is not the only moment from The Lord of the Rings that’s helping to comfort people around the world:

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