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Letter: Thank you Robin Williams
August 14, 2014, 05:00 AM Letter


The death of Robin Williams has affected billions. Was that your intention, I would ask you. That after you accomplished everything there is to accomplish in the humor field you now want to direct all thoughts to fate and what people do with the purpose of life. To the gift of being alive, to dealing with what is hard to deal with. To deal with what is easy but never done.

In our family, you have accomplished marvelous things with humor and now with dealing with our fate. Our family is talking again. Everybody with everybody. Arguments turned into discussions and the underlying dormant existence of love and appreciation is sprouting and forming unbelievable roots.

Thank you Robin Williams.

Karl Rothe




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