Hello Everyone:
When the news of actor, comedian, film producer, and screenwriter, Robin Williams’ death happened last week; virtually everyone was understandably shocked and sadden.  Many concerned individuals started pondering as to “Why” this could happen especially to Robin Williams.  However, it was not long before the “Righteous”  talking heads and other toxic people laced their commentary about William’s death as “selfish and morally weak”.
While I was contemplating writing a response; I happen to come across an excellent  HuffPost Live 25 minute video yesterday via a blog post by Ms. Berry Morins  (Why Suicide Isn’t Selfish}  
I included an short clip from a 2010 Ellen DeGeneres Show where the genius and passion of Robin Williams shines through, 
Thank you for enriching our lives with your uniqueness, creativity and generosity. 


In HuffPost Live’s #StrongerTogether series, they take a 360-degree look a depression and ask how we can help change the stigma of mental illness.. 

Thank you to Nancy Redd, HuffPost Live host, Dr. Lloyd Sederer, Medical Editor for Mental Health, Huffington Post, Charlotte Myers, Suicide Attempt Survivor; Mental Health Activist and Artist, and Jenny Harmon, diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder for this insightful discussion.
 If you need help, call 1-800-273-8255. Online chat at Suicide Prevention Hotline is available 24/7. 
​Robin Williams and Ellen DeGeneres 
Golden Globe Awards _2005
A Tribute to Robin Williams  
Tune in for Oprah Winfrey’s tribute to Robin Williams on the OWN Network Sunday, August 24, at 9pm EDT & PDT.
In one of Robin Williams final dramatic movie roles; Robin portrays President Dwight Eisenhower in the critically acclaimed 2013 movie ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler; one of the best movies I saw last year..

Robin Williams as President Dwight Eisenhower 

Forest Whitaker as Cecil Gains in the 2013 movie 
‘Lee Daniels’  The Butler
Robin, God Bless You!
Camille Mitchell

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