Two years ago, the world lost one of the most sincere and talented Hollywood actors in a tragic car collision that left a void in the hearts of loved ones and loyal fans all over the world.
Indeed, Paul Walker's untimely death in November 2013 sent ripples throughout the industry, yet it has always been his Fast and Furious co-star and dear friend, Vin Diesel, who has been the most outspoken in keeping the wonderful actor's legacy alive.
Yesterday, Vin took to social media once again to honor Paul and to remind us to keep him in our prayers. Posting the following Instagram image onto his account, he reminded us how strong the bond between these two 'brothers' really was and how, since his death, his life has never been quite the same:
Of course, no other words were needed.
"I know you're in heaven smiling and rooting for us all"
Over the last 24 hours however, Vin wasn't the only friend and Furious co-star to express his sadness at the fact that it's been just over two years since Paul passed away. Tyrese also posted a poignant throwback photo as a tribute:
He captioned the image:
It's still not easy...... 2 years ago today... We lost our brother..... Today I'm just gonna lay low and process..... Clarity through Prayers and perspective is what I always seek and pray for.... With a heavy heart I post this..... Please continue to pray for the Walker family and his real friends who was with him every single day.... They're some of the best and strongest people I know...... I know you're in heaven smiling and rooting for us all..... #RIH ( Rest in heaven ) -
"The largest part of his power was latent"
Similarly, Jordana Brewster shared a thought-provoking quote from author Ralph Waldo Emerson in her touching tribute to Paul:
"The largest part of his power was latent. This is that which we call Character,-a reserved force which acts directly by presence, and without means." -Ralph Waldo Emerson #paulwalkerforever
Ludacris also acknowledged that Paul would never be forgotten, having made such a mark on the world during his lifetime: