Robin Williams Fulfilled Terminal Cancer Patient’s Bucket List Item

Just before I was about to meet a friend in New York City, who works for ABC News, she texted me saying that Robin Williams had just died. Like nearly everyone I know, I was so sad to hear this news. Not only was Williams a great actor, but he also seems to have had a great heart. As a bucket list blogger, I was pleased to discover this article that illustrates how Williams helped a 21-year-old mother with terminal cancer fulfill an item on her bucket list.

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Photo taken from the Huffington Post website.

This article about Williams and Vivian Waller is a must read!

What do you guys think?

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10 Responses to Robin Williams Fulfilled Terminal Cancer Patient’s Bucket List Item

  1. erikakind says:

    Love is acting in silence! Also after Michael Jackson’s death lots of his social activities got public, which the world did not know about! Glad we had those souls down here and wonderful that there are many others still living with us.

  2. I know it seems amazing that he was so amazing to so many people but frustratingly, not amazing enough to himself.

  3. shalilah2002 says:

    Robin Williams would have helped a lot of people by overcoming his illness and being a mentor if he had lived.

  4. eurobrat says:

    Awwww. Why do we always lose the good ones?

  5. razemiah says:

    Reblogged this on A day in the Life of Jeremiah and commented:
    Have you ever thought about the impact that you make in this world? I would like to believe Robin Williams did exactly that – even in his hardest moments.

    To be honest, I often think how I can make a positive impact in this world despite the chaos that can arise on a daily basis.

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