ByAllanah Faherty, writer at Creators.co
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Allanah Faherty

In the 14 months since Robin Williams sadly passed away, there have been many touching tributes to the late actor shared by his millions of fans. This week, YouTuber Katrin Depp uploaded her tribute video to Williams, and not only did it include clips of all of his most famous films, but also some powerful words of advice.

The video includes clips from many of Robin Williams's films and TV series, including: Mork & Mindy, Good Morning, Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, Aladdin, Mrs. Doubtfire, One Hour Photo, Bicentennial Man and Jack among others. Take a look at some of the most touching scenes and quotes that Depp chose to include:

What Dreams May Come
What Dreams May Come

"No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world."

Good Will Hunting
Good Will Hunting

"...poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for."

Dead Poets Society
Dead Poets Society

"People leave, you know. But with some people, it just doesn't seem fair."

Mrs. Doubtfire
Mrs. Doubtfire

"And if you're ever distressed, cast your eyes to the summer sky...Make a wish and think of me...Make your life spectacular. I know I did."

Jack
Jack

"Smile my boy, it's sunrise."

Night at the Museum: Secret of The Tomb.
Night at the Museum: Secret of The Tomb.

Aside from paying tribute to Williams, who committed suicide in August 2014, Katrin also left a message underneath her video, imploring those suffering from depression to hold on and not give up, writing;

I wish you were still here, you magnificent bastard. You are missed and loved by so many and so much. I hope your big, big heart travels at the speed of light as always wherever you are. You brought so much happiness into my life. thank you for that.
And for all those struggling with depression, i'd like to say - don't give up. If you find yourself in that dark place, just hold on and remember that you are loved and you are not alone. And there is always hope.

If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, please don't hesitate to contact The Samaritans 24-hour crisis hotline on (212) 673-3000

Source: The Lad Bible

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