3 Quotes – Robin Williams


Robin_Williams

 

 

Robin Williams

American comedian and actor

born:  July 21, 1952
died:  August 11, 2014

 


What’s right is what’s left if you do everything else wrong.

 


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.

 


 

You may be gone, Robin – you will not be forgotten.

R.I.P.


 

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37 thoughts on “3 Quotes – Robin Williams

  1. All the comments you quoted are so true. Robin W. was a genius and a man who shared so much laughter and love with all of us. I am thankful he stayed battling his inner demons longer than others who have given in, sometimes so early. I will miss him. Thanks for your lovely tribute to him, choosing just the right quotes for us to remember him by, Karen!

    • Thank you very much, Vashti! This spark of madness is part of our creativity. He enriched series and movies with his presence and intensity.

  2. I’ve been thinking about that 3rd one. I hope he didn’t feel flat and boring when he was medicated and think he had to be “crazy” to show his talents.

    • I don’t think it was like that, Luanne. We all need that ‘spark of madness’ to go on with what we’re good at: acting, writing, singing, painting, etc.
      We can interpret the ‘spark of madness’ with creativity and imagination.
      “It is not required to be mad as a hatter…”

  3. These wonderful quotes are a fitting tribute to such an awesome actor. He will be greatly missed.

  4. Driving home from work last night when I heard the sad news on the radio. So nice of you to honor him. So many people live with depression and we need to try and be aware and help when we can. Great quotes.

    • About three hours ago, I learned about his demise.
      I had to honour him with a 3 Quotes blog post.
      If there is going to be a blogging awareness day on depression – I’ll participate.

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