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A hundred people will probably write about this great man. Comedy comes from pain.
Suicide at 63 isn't what I would have expected from him. Demons are in all of us, most
can work through it.

I have admitted here many times, driving to a quite place, try and swallow a bottle of
pills and drink white wine. I gobbled all of them and was too stupid to think about
taking one or two pills at a time. "The Gag" rule?

I didn't have the guts to continue and  felt I should  be around to help with my sons.

I did a lousy job, but I tried.

Robin was a man who could make anyone laugh. Watch The Fisher King,
Good Will Hunting, Good Morning Vietnam, Mrs .Doubtfire.

Do you want to watch brilliance? watch anything with Robin Williams.

If you are in a place where death sounds beautiful, please think about your loved
ones. Think that pain  may not go away, you can learn how to accept pain
and deal with it. You do that by turning around and facing your pain. Then say
"I will give you no more power!

Drugs and alcohol played a huge role in his life. I see no reason to try and figure
out why he wanted to die. Only he can answer that.

I choose to celebrate brilliance, so many gifted artists have had pain
and killed themselves. He would want you, I think to celebrate his life and his art.
Robin is part of the universe now, making souls laugh. I pray his pain is gone. I hope
in time his loved ones will learn to deal with his departure.

Life is promised to none of us, the very person you know that would never hurt themselves, maybe is the person who will.

Look under fold.


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Draw your loved ones close to you. Tell them you love them. Tell them no matter
what, you will always love them.

There will never be another Robin Williams. Thank you sir for making me laugh and cry.
Thank you for showing me what Acting was all about.

I will miss you Robin. May you finally not hurt anymore.

-Be not afraid of life.
Believe that life is worth living,
and your belief
will help create the fact.
-Henry James

The National Suicide Hotline is: 1-800-273-8255.
Please call them if you hurt.

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