by David Wilcock
August 13, 2014, 12:35 pm
Many people have written in saying our work stopped them from killing themselves. Though we cannot change what happened to Robin, we do have control over the choices we make in our own lives. Life is worth living and is a beautiful gift -- no matter how it may seem.
Like many, if not most people, I was shocked and deeply saddened by the news of Robin's loss.
This is no ordinary tragedy. It strikes to the heart of everyone. Robin's presence lives on in so many wonderful creative works that have touched our lives.
He brought us happiness, laughter and deep insight. The pain and triumph he could convey as a character was utterly believable and in the moment.
You always felt, when seeing him in a film, that everything he was feeling was absolutely real. He threw himself into each role utterly and completely.
As far as film actors go, he was a true legend -- a star among stars. And he had managed to completely avoid the paparazzi hate machine tearing him down in public.
One central theme that keeps coming up is "Everbody loved him. How could a person loved by so many want to take his own life?"
Even now, two days after hearing about it, I still feel a variety of different emotions. I spent a good bit of time yesterday reading many different articles about him.
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