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    Twitter Is Sharing Their Best Memories Of Robin Williams And It'll Truly Make You Smile

    Our favorite genie will forever be remembered.

    It is hard to believe that it's been five years since Robin Williams' death. Five years later, Twitter is still remembering the amazing actor and comedian by sharing what they love about him:

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    1. This quote that reminded us how powerful we really are:

    "No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world." - Robin Williams as Captain John Keating from the film, Dead Poets Society #robinwilliams

    2. This scene that shows how Robin could make anybody laugh with joy:

    Five years ago we lost the brilliant Robin Williams. His improvised scene in Good Will Hunting made the camera operator laugh so hard the camera started shaking. #RobinWilliams

    3. This tweet that showed how he played some of our fave characters:

    “Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind. Always.”🖤 #RobinWilliams

    4. This story that proves his impact knew no fame:

    @TheComedyStore In 2012, I was in an improv show, all amateurs and nobodies (still are). He randomly showed up, laughed and was kind enough to speak with us after. He was beyond genuine. It's a moment I go back to when I'm in a bad place to lift me up and I'll never be able to thank him enough.

    5. This story that tugged at our heartstrings:

    I miss Robin Williams. One time when we were on Hollywood Squares on the same day, he spent lunch calling people in the hospital and cheering them up. As kind as he was funny. He made the world better. #RobinWilliams

    6. This scene that proved his talents knew no bounds:

    Great scene... shows what an incredible actor he was. Words that came naturally and in just 90secs can make you cry, make you laugh and make you seriously ponder some of the important things in life. R.I.P. Robin Williams & thank you for your contribution to so many lives https://t.co/42F2M0AsxU

    7. This amazing interview that showed how he came up with the voice of Mrs. Doubtfire:

    Robin Williams on choosing the voice of Mrs. Doubtfire

    8. This drawing of our forever favorite genie:

    My very first Genie drawin from five years ago. And it was made to pay tribute to a very special guy. We still miss ya! #RobinWilliams

    9. And this drawing from one of the best Robin Williams movies (this is not up for debate):

    Remembering Robin Williams today. I was fortunate enough to get to draw Robin for the 4K release of Jumanji, and hope I get the chance to do many more. So many incredible characters and performances. #robin #robinwilliams #jumanji

    10. This tweet that proves we can miss someone we've never met:

    @adamcbest @jvel_05 People always talk about how they’ll, “miss celebrities” they’ve never met when they pass away. Never got that until Robin Williams. A genuine loss for fans everywhere.

    11. This story of how welcoming he was:

    it’s been five years since he passed. i’ll never forgot how much he welcomed me and treated me like an equal. it was my first job. i was nine years old. still a hero to me. #RobinWilliams

    12. This collage that showed his boundless optimism:

    13. This tunnel that reminds us of this incredible soul:

    I get teary whenever I drive through this tunnel. Hard to believe #RobinWilliams has been gone for five years. 😥 I miss him and his wicked sense of humor.

    14. And lastly, this tweet that summarizes how many of us still feel:

    😭 I am still not ready to watch a Robin Williams movie. https://t.co/QlSHyvmx5j

    We love and miss you, Robin!

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