NYTIMES - Robin Williams, Oscar-Winning Actor, Dies at 63

I have no words that can accurately express the sorrow I feel at the passing of what was arguably on one of the world's most incredibly gifted performers, Robin Williams. Even more tragic, the understanding that this was a suicide. A choice. A decision to succumb to whatever demons were rearing their ugly heads and making dying seem so much more appealing than living for an otherwise vivacious, brilliant, and inspiring human being.

My heart goes out to his family, certainly this is the realization of a fear that must have haunted his loved ones for years. Mr. William's struggle with depression and other issues was hardly a secret under the microscope of a very public career. What a tremendous, senseless loss.

Goodbye Mork.... Jack.... Popeye.... Genie.... Patch.... Batty.......

May you find peace where you are. Thank you for the laughs. Thank you for the tears. Thank you for the inspirations, the creativity, the personalities, thank you.  Rest In Peace dear soul.

(More about Robin Williams' incredible career at

"Robin Williams, an Academy Award-winning actor and comedian who imbued his performances with wild inventiveness and a kind of manic energy, died on Monday at his home in Marin County, Calif. He was 63."

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