12 Robin Williams quotes on life and personal relationships that will help you live with more peace of mind
March 11, 2020
It's hard to believe that Robin Williams past away already 5 years ago. His legacy, however, still lives on in the hearts of millions across the world. He wasn't just loved for his films, though. People loved him for the person that he was. He had an authenticity about him that critics and fans alike appreciated.
He also shared a lot of good advice during his career. His advice was so inspiring, that we decided to put together a list of his 12 best quotes to share with you (hoping they will inspire you the way they inspired us)!
- “I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy. Because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless and they don’t want anybody else to feel like that.”
- "It's hard when you read an article saying bad things about you. It is as if someone is sticking a knife on your heart. But I am the harshest critic of my work.”
- "I had my midlife crisis when I was about 30, so I got that over with. But when I hit 50, it was like, this is cool. It feels like the prime of your life, literally. Things are going great; you've come to the point where it's no longer a struggle."
- “Sometimes, over things that I did, movies that didn't turn out very well–you go, 'Why did you do that?' But in the end, I can't regret them because I met amazing people. There was always something that was worth it.”
- “You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.”
- “There is still a lot to learn and there is always great stuff out there. Even mistakes can be wonderful.”
- "The imagination functions on its own. I grew up as an only child, so the imagination was a necessity, like a survival mechanism."
- "What's right is what's left if you do everything else wrong."
- “I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people that make you feel all alone.”
- “You have this idea that you'd better keep working otherwise people will forget. And that was dangerous. And then you realize, no, actually if you take a break people might be more interested in you.”
- "I don't know how much value I have in this universe, but I do know that I've made a few people happier than they would have been without me, and as long as I know that, I'm as rich as I ever need to be."
- "Tweets? That stuff kills conversation. And people taking pictures with their phone or recording you, sometimes surreptitiously, is creepy. They come up and just start talking to you, and you can see the red light on their phone."