Genie, you’re now free

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Today, we, in this side of the world, woke up to a news that greatly saddened the whole world.

My childhood, my generation’s childhood, is gone.

Thank you for all the great movies you gave us during your time. You made us laugh, cry, and learn. My childhood is really extraordinary because of you. I may not know you personally, but you are a big part of my life. I’ll make sure that you will be too to my son.

Our Genie, you are now free. I hope your piece of heaven will be as beautiful as the one in your film, “What Dreams May Come”. Fly high Peter, now you’ll definitely not grow old. Second star to the right, and straight on till morning..

Don’t worry, oh captain, my captain.. I’ll always seize the day. Carpe Diem.

Again, Robin Williams’ death is a reminder for us to be mindful on the people around us. You never know, that one happy facade can really be hurting inside. Take care of the people around you.

Goodbye John Keating.
Good Bye Peter Pan.
Goodbye Genie.
Goodbye Alan Parish.
Goodbye Professor Philip Brainard.
Goodbye Andrew Martin.
Goodbye Jack Powell.
Goodbye Patch Adams.
Goodbye Mrs. Doubtfire.
Goodbye Robin Williams.


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