Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda has been honest and forthcoming in dealing with the tragic loss of her father. And, she keeps it 100% real.
“No human is any one triumph or tragedy, just as we’re not any one bad day.”
Such an important lesson to share. She also warns followers to be mindful of social media’s “rose colored glasses,” and why you should never measure your life by this unrealistic “bar.”
Thank goodness for Zelda Williams. We could use more people like her in this world. Guess the apple didn’t fall far...
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Had a Sod’s Law kinda day where everything that could go wrong did, and truly, it broke me a little. Days like today break everyone, but since I’m asked almost every day, in every interview and on every app, how I cope, here you go. Interviews get warped, written word can only express so much, and truthfully questions I get are so often made about my dad when that’s just one facet of a much larger life. No human is any one triumph or tragedy, just as we’re not any one bad day. But since this app tends to just show the world thru rose-colored glasses, figured I’d at least, for once, show a peek thru ones that got a little squashed today in the universe’s back pocket. And that second video gets cut off a few words short, but guessing most of you could figure out I was saying that ‘I’m not the only one’ Spoiler alert: sad noses run
CAUTION: Zelda Williams is writing and directing an Indie project. Some Instagram posts contain questionable content that may not be safe for work or little eyes.