'Sad people try to make others happy'. 8 life lessons from Robin Williams who left this world 9 years ago
Robin Williams was the man who lived a life of making everyone laugh and ultimately chose to end his life. He passed away on August 11, 2014, but leaving behind a number of valuable lessons.
"I thought the worst thing in life was to end up alone. It's not this. The worst thing in life is to end up staying with people who make you feel alone."
Learn to see what is hidden behind someone's smile
"I think the saddest people always try to make others happy because they know what it means to feel worthless and they don't want anyone else to feel that way."
A valuable life lesson is hidden behind every disaster
"You will have bad times, but they will open your eyes to things you didn't pay attention to."
Listen to the criticism of yourself first
"It's hard to read an article that writes bad things about you. Like a knife in the heart, however, I am the harshest critic of my work".
"Do not worry! Think that after all, none of us is eternal on Earth. When you're worried, look up at the summer sky."
"At the age of 30, I went through a mid-life crisis. And when I turned 50, I felt like the prime minister of my life. I had achieved many things, things were going well and my life was no longer a wild war".
No one is perfect, but we can become perfect for each other
"You are not perfect, neither is that girl you met. The question is, are you perfect for each other?"
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