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itsalessia:

The death of Robin Williams has taught me a very important lesson: that you can be loved by the entire world and still feel incredibly alone. I think his death comes as such a shock to the world because he is the epitome of happiness and is so “full of life”, that his way of leaving us all seems an impossible contradiction.
To a man whose performances had an impact on my interest in pursuing a career in entertainment. I don’t think there will be another quite like you. A true talent who I always hoped I’d somehow have the pleasure of meeting one day. 
Rest in Paradise, Robin Williams. Make em’ laugh in heaven.

itsalessia:

The death of Robin Williams has taught me a very important lesson: that you can be loved by the entire world and still feel incredibly alone. I think his death comes as such a shock to the world because he is the epitome of happiness and is so “full of life”, that his way of leaving us all seems an impossible contradiction.

To a man whose performances had an impact on my interest in pursuing a career in entertainment. I don’t think there will be another quite like you. A true talent who I always hoped I’d somehow have the pleasure of meeting one day. 

Rest in Paradise, Robin Williams. Make em’ laugh in heaven.

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churchofgrimes:

Poll ~18 What is your favourite Lori/Rick moment?

  1. Their reunion in “Tell it to the frogs” ~42%
  2. Rick/Lori’s last shared smile in “Killer within” ~31%
  3. Rick telling Lori “I love you, that’s all I got” in “Wildfire” ~19%
  4. Reminiscing in the car in “What lies ahead” ~8%

Thank you all for voting!

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victoriousvocabulary:

DESIDERIUM
[noun]
1. longing, desire, wish.
2. grief, regret.
3. need, necessity.
4. (In plural) pleasures, desires.
Etymology: Latin from dēsīderō, “want, desire, wish for; miss, lack, need”.
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victoriousvocabulary:

DESIDERIUM

[noun]

1. longing, desire, wish.

2. grief, regret.

3. need, necessity.

4. (In plural) pleasures, desires.

Etymology: Latin from dēsīderō, “want, desire, wish for; miss, lack, need”.

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