'I have been with God and I have been with the devil. Thankfully God has won,' one of the rescued miners said today. What a quote, what a day and what a coup for Chile to extract the 33 stoical miners from half a kilometre underground so smoothly and in such a short space of time.
I must confess that I have not done very much in the past 24 hours, as I started watching the BBC's live coverage of the rescue operation (with the excellent Tim Wilcox) shortly before midnight last night and have been utterly gripped ever since.
The bravery and relentlessly positive attitude of the miners, the joy of their families, the hands-on approach of the mining minister Laurence Golborne - waiting at the lift shaft to hug every rescued miner as they stepped out of that claustrophobic pod - and the jolly billionaire president with blingingly white teeth: I've loved every uplifting minute of the rescue drama.
There are so many wonderful strands to this story - the triumph of hope over adversity, survival against all odds, the power of positivity, of teamwork and tenacity, and of human beings striving to help other human beings. No wonder it has brought a smile (and a tear) to millions of peoples' faces around the world today. Bravo Chile!