Robin Williams, a comic and sitcom star, died today in Marin County.
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The news of the beloved actor’s death rocked the nation. Channels broke into their usual programming to announce tragic news within minutes.
Along with President Obama, who noted his passing, and all USA and Entire World, I can’t describe the sorrows from the bottom of my heart!
Robin Williams was not only my favorite actor, but his deep thoughts, amazing sense of humor, and brilliance in every his step, word, smile made me never forget his face!
From all Humans and Human Relationships, along with all Internet, media and social World, along with all my friends, family, co-workers, circles and much more, I ask everyone to support Robin Williams’s family and share any of your media, comments, stories, pictures, your favorite movie, or just: press like or share!
My tears tonight were coming down,
With pain and burn, and crazy fire!
My heart was screaming loud, loud,
I am in pain, and burning down!!!!
My dearest actor, gone in foggy rain,
Unreachable, from distance, in my dreams,
The deepest cloud covered all my roads,
To reach your hands in suddenly awaken death!
Apparently, I cry along with all my Nation,
I feel in tearing all the burning pain inside,
I love to watch your life from pictures,
From movies, links, from the Universe!
Your heart just passed us, quickly, quickly,
From cloudy sky and distance in the foggy rain!
You touched us all, so deeply, like an arrow!
Straight to the middle, inside our hearts!
You killed us all with love, and a painful sorrows!
Your voice, your talents, crowing out, from inside…
For Nation, you are always, has been such a Hero!
You are, always, Our “Bicentennial Man”!!!!
…..In memories of Robin Williams by Human Relationships…
…………………….With Love forever!……………….
August 12, 2014
One of my favorite movies made by Robin Williams:
An unforgettable role was done by Robin Williams in this movie, played as a robot, who falls in love with human girl, who becomes a woman and keeps on getting older, while a robot still stays young and lives forever!
Dramatic love leans him to become a human! His will was to die along with her, becomes true!
If for some reason you never watched this movie, I highly recommend to watch on the brilliant movie played by Robin Williams!
Punishments can be different for anybody, and since this blog Human Relationships was made for Humans, today’s post will be explaining and describing on how we are Humans, get punished for our “good or bad decisions”.
That is right, our decisions, that is what we are dealing on every day basis, and how they effect our existence now and existence for our kids and grandkids for 3 generations ahead.
In every day life we make and deal with many different problems, one of the most of common and hard obstacle we find in every day life, is our economy and how to support our family. That includes all materialist problems.
Some people wants to have everything, so they work harder to get faster to their goals.
Some people work for basic enjoyments in their life, so they work enough and sleep a little longer than others. They still have enough to survive, but only until they stop working. Once their job is gone, they are in need really fast and really bad!
Another category of people, who don’t like to work, but they like to make money. In that case,many of them can be very proud of how much they have accomplished, because they are free of job, and still have everything they need!
All those worries, materialistic problems, lean to a decision making process, that involves “good or bad decisions“. In the reality, it’s really doesn’t matter if you are poor or rich, because your thoughts are regardless to anything, still always are thinking about making money decisions.
Another common problems, and decisions making process, is our personal life, love life, relationships, communications and behaviors issues with your social world.
Bad decisions can create deeper problems, that can lean to many consequences. One of many problems can lean to lying, cheating, stealing, killing and breaking the rules (massive killings and wars). Any of those bad consequences always get punished, and not just one time punishment, but can last as long as 3 generations ahead.
Another source of this discussion involves believing in G-d or just believing in what is “right or wrong” sins.
Sometime people think, that if they will believe in G-d, they will become religious,but it’s not necessarily true. Religious life is just a way of supporting your community, taking traditions in your home and teaching your kids about their roots. This doesn’t mean your believes in G-d becomes “stronger or weaker“, it’s just creates the set rules for the household.
Believing and obeying the rules we set up and already familiar with since our existence, for example: don’tlie, don’t cheat, don’t steal, don’t kill and more, definitely makes us a “believers”.
Have you ever had an experience with making a bad decision, that follows you right away with punishment?
Some books explained that much“, that “he” teaches them a lesson. I agree with those books and definitely feel that I am Loved by our Creator. But,not everyone feels that way, and many of us don’t get punished right away, but their sins gets to carry over to our innocent kids, and their kids.
It’s like a stain on your report card or driving licence record, or even more worth is our medical record, and that gets to move everywhere we go, following us to the end. It doesn’t stop even than, it gets to be transferred to next generation.
“Why am I so unhappy? What did I do wrong? Why my life is so bad? I feel like I am cursed!!!”
Many times in life I heard those questions from different people and different cultures, and today I would like to let all my Humans know, that it’s not you!
You didn’t do anything wrong, and you deserve so much better!
We are only paying for mistakes that our parents made!
Unfortunately, we are just Humans and we can’t change our past, but we can definitely change our future for our kids, because they deserve better life! Not cursed, but a real true life, happy life and happy marriage with laughs and enjoyments!
All of us, who are born with problems, depressions, some health or mental problems, different sizes, colors, religions, being raised in foster homes, being poor or cold or hungry, it’s not your fault at all!
So, lets not to repeat the same mistakes as our parents, and make our kids and grandkids happy!
Deep thoughts are great!
Originally posted on A 'Mike' For Christ:
I want to be close to you…YOU. I’m not talking about God now. We surrender ourselves to him all the time. We need to make sure we love others with the same abandon.
I refuse to live afraid of others or to make people outcasts for petty or irrational reasons. I look back on my life and notice how I’ve overcome fear of others. I realized that we might be different but our humanity and needs put us on common ground and naturally foster civility.
Furthermore, if you’re gonna minister to people, you must get over that wall quickly because God brings us to deep personal matters we never see coming.
We err by sending God here-and-there and thinking prayer alone will fix every situation. Rather, we are God’s hands and feet, his heart and love. His grace is expressed to others through our compassion, our intercession, our…
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It’s Day 11 of the teacher strike in Galesburg, Illinois, but there may be some action on Day 12.
According to the Galesburg Education Association’s website, both sides will meet on Sunday, August 24th, 2014 at 4pm.
The website also says that on Friday, August 22nd, the school board rejected the GEA’s latest offer on contract negotiations. That was also the first day that teachers went without a paycheck.
If an agreement is not reached by Sunday night, a federal mediator is expected to return to Galesburg early next week.
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I heard about Robin Williams’ death at the dog park last night. Details were sketchy, but we knew that he killed himself and that he had depression.
One of my dog park buddies said that she could never understand why someone would take their own life. I said, “Well, that’s because you don’t have depression. I don’t condone it, but I understand how he could kill himself.”
She asked why I understand.
In big capital letters, I boldly said, “I have Major Depressive Disorder.”
I don’t often talk about it to people in the real world, because it causes people to look at you askance. Admitting that you suffer from mental illness is not something we enjoy doing because it means admitting that we’re broken and because there is so much damn misinformation about depression that it’s scary. You end up exhaustively explaining how people are wrong.
This dog park…
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