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I’m so sad about Robin Williams. It’s unbelievably heartbreaking to me that a man so capable of making the world laugh was so deeply disturbed on the inside.
You tend to think that depression occurs in younger people, and that by 63 one might have figured out their life, figured out how to push pass the sadness and the addiction. The awful truth is that depression and addiction does not stop at any age, and can consume even the most outgoing of personalities.

Rest peacefully Robin Williams.