The 10 Most Important And Prolific Things Robin Williams Ever Said
I can say with great empathy that Robin Williams was one of the most memorable actors of our generation, he made this world laugh, smile and cry and will be wholeheartedly missed by many.
It is remarkably upsetting that a man with such a unique ability to bring joy to peoples lives could be so sad, leading him to take his own life. He left us with an array of what can only be described as accomplished mastery of his profession that we can look back on and remember what a brilliant man he was.
Here is a list of quotes that come directly from Robin that should never be forgotten:
“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.”
“You're only given one little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it.”
“What's right is what's left if you do everything else wrong.”
"Having George W Bush giving a lecture on business ethics is like having a leper give you a facial, it just doesn't work"
“Never pick a fight with an ugly person, they've got nothing to lose.”
“People say satire is dead. It's not dead; it's alive and living in the White House.”
“Ah, yes, divorce... from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man's genitals through his wallet.”
“Spring is nature's way of saying, 'Let's party!'"
“Death is natures way of saying 'your table is ready’”
“As beatific as Gandhi was, I'm sure there was some guy in a Bombay bar going, "I knew Gandhi . . . he was a prick"'
Rest In Peace
Williams took his own life on the 11th of August 2014, due to the nature of his death, it has provoked a varied reaction across the world. Fox News Shep Smith called Williams a ‘coward’, a uninformed hasty remark which he has since apologised for. To articles being more compassionate with a rational understanding of his mental illness albeit caused by the cocktail of prescription drugs.
A close friend of Williams claims that a drug he was administering for the symptoms of Parkinsons disease was the cause, having side effects of suicide.
Celebrities private lives are constantly intruded ungracefully by media outlets, the truth is impeccably difficult to acquire and speculation can often destroy the importance and impact of ones life. True fans of Williams will ignore the conjectural insignificant stories following his death, and morn a life that gave so much happiness to this world.