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I’m very sorry that this may interrupt what I usually post to this blog, but I must pay my respects to this man. Robin Williams, too young at 63, was found dead this morning of apparent suicide. He had been reportedly battling depression for a long time, which can be surprising to most since he spread so much laughter to the rest of us.
I don’t need to explain how amazing this man was. He was an inspiration, a light in some of our lives, and one of the most important actors/comics of our time. We all know that. And it’s heart dropping to realize that he is now gone, and gone much too soon.
All I can hope for is that he’s in a happier place, somewhere, and that we can all learn from him. I’d also like to take this moment to reach out to any of my beautiful followers who are battling depression and to let you know that no matter how big or small this blog is, I will always answer you if you tell me you need help. Anonymous or not, I encourage you to find someone (including me) to talk to, to vent to, to cry to, and just to let everything out to so that we don’t lose any more wonderful people to this battle.
Rest in peace, Robin Williams.
I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone.
- Robin Williams

(Source: dishevelment)