14 Heartbreaking, Inspiring Notes People Have Left In Remembrance Of Robin Williams

Shrines for Williams have been popping up all over the country.

1. “The most radical act someone can commit is to be happy.”

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Left on Williams’ Walk of Fame star.

2. “The joy you brought others will not be forgotten.”

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Left on Williams’ Walk of Fame star.

3. “Thank you for bringing such joy to our childhood faces…”

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Left on Williams’ Walk of Fame star.

4. “Robin, you’ll be missed you were loved.”

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Left at the home where Mork & Mindy was set.

5. “U will be missed Mork.”

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Left at the home where Mork & Mindy was set.

6. “Thanks for all the funny movies. My favorite movie is Jumanji because it is so cool.”

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Left at the home where Mork & Mindy was set.

7. “We love you!! You will live in our hearts forever.”

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Left at the home where Mork & Mindy was set.

8. “Come in Mork, the humanoids need you.”

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Left at the home where Mork & Mindy was set.

9. “Robin/Mork: Thanks for so many laffs! May you now be at peace…”

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Left at the home where Mork & Mindy was set.

10. “I am sorry that Robin Williams died. I loved Mrs. Doubtfire. I heard he was a great and a funny guy.”

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Left outside Williams’ San Francisco Bay Area home.

11. “Sorry guys, I went to see about a girl.”

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The bench in Boston Public Gardens used in Good Will Hunting.

12. “It’s not your fault.”

The bench in Boston Public Gardens used in Good Will Hunting.

13. “You ain’t never had a friend like me.”

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The bench in Boston Public Gardens used in Good Will Hunting.

14. “Make God laugh.”

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The marquee of the Laugh Factory, the Hollywood comedy club where Robin Williams performed in the early days of his career.

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