10 Robin Williams thoughts about life that’ll make you love him even more

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Often it’s not until somebody is gone forever you realize how much you love them. Yesterday we discovered how much we loved Robin Williams. Although we never met him, we grew up with him and we always knew that whenever he appeared on our screens he’d make us laugh or cry or think a little differently about the world.

But, it wasn’t just his comic genius that made us feel close to him. It was also the fact that beneath his zany exterior you always suspected there was a very special warm-hearted person lurking. And this person was acting the way he did because he really did want to make you feel happier. Well, it turns out there was a very special person and he was doing it all just to make us feel happier. These Robin Williams quotes on love, life and loss, help us remember just how special.


 

“You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.”

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“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change this world.” Dead Poets Society

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“Comedy is acting out optimism.”

 

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“I used to think that the worst thing in life was to end up alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel alone.”  World’s Greatest Dad


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“Cocaine is God’s way of saying you’re making too much money.”

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“You’ll have bad times, but it’ll always wake you up to the good stuff you weren’t paying attention to.” Good Will Hunting

 

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“Some are born great. Some achieve greatness. Some get it as a graduation gift.”

 

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“A woman would never make a nuclear bomb. They would never make a weapon that kills. They’d make a weapon that makes you feel bad for a while.”

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“Death is nature’s way of saying, “Your table is ready.”

 

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29 replies
  1. Terry K.
    Terry K. says:

    Actually, in many of these cases, Robin was speaking the words of talented writers who should get the credit for these words… I loved Robin Williams as well, credit where credit is due… eh?

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  2. kathi
    kathi says:

    🙁 Robin Williams was a great actor and a great man!
    So sad, that he decided its time for him to go. The world could need some more jokes from him 🙁

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  3. Rose
    Rose says:

    He was a brilliant light shining so much warmth and laughter upon this world. Very sad that he went out so soon and in such a tragic way. I hope he has found peace.

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    • Croca
      Croca says:

      I read this article once. Did you know that seven of these aren’t from a movie. As for the other three did you know that Robin was a master of improvisation who rarely stuck the script. But ultimately who cares? How about just enjoying the sentiment and remembering a great man, rather than being a whining pedant?

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      • Peter Randall-Kent
        Peter Randall-Kent says:

        You are so right Croca. “Whining Pedant” is putting it mildly. It takes a warm, talented genius such as Robin Williams to remind us all of these wonderful quotes, jokes, adages etc. through the powerful use of his public popularity.

        Crawl back into your miserable holes pedants and nitpickers and cease attempting to sully our beautiful world with your stultifying negativity !

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    • 2maik7
      2maik7 says:

      Says a lot about your character that you are unable to recognize what a good man he was. It also says a lot that you felt that you needed to post that. If you don’t like him, don’t read web pages devoted to him. Now, go curl up in the little ball where you belong.

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  4. 2maik7
    2maik7 says:

    The last quote is actually very, very sad when you think about it. I loved this man so much and I miss him dearly. Thankfully he provided us all with a lifetime of material to keep us all laughing and thinking.

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  5. Ray
    Ray says:

    “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change this world.”

    Agreed with that one. That’s the main reason why I started blogging. People can see the cages surrounding their lives WHEN they LEARN to see it, and they can find the opportunities around them WHEN they LEARN about them and LEARN to USE them.

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  6. Les.B.
    Les.B. says:

    ““No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change this world.”
    So true, Trump’s bigoted statements and tweets have changed the word…
    For the worse.

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  7. harsh kumar
    harsh kumar says:

    sir robin williams was the greatest actor,loved his movies.Hats off the greatest actor of the century.

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