A great actor & a beautiful soul

You taught me
that fictional characters are living.
In the rivets of our imagination,
In the fears that consume us,
In the identity we claim daily,
and the construction of a story
we reflect our own perceptions,
the fictional characters are us.

But the ability to embrace
all of their flaws
to take ownership in “if it were me”,
that is true artistry.

Thank you for teaching us.
You will never be forgotten.


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      1. Exactly. That’s how I feel and felt when Andy Griffith died too. The actors are so much more than who and what they take on and become. They inspire so many.

      2. That’s awesome! It’s cool to know that I’m not the only going person who grew up on Andy Griffith. Majority of my friends don’t know who he is, and they are all my age. It’s the older generation, family, and friends that know who I’m taking about and are so excited to share that connection with me. Lol

      3. My grandparents and mom adored the show (: that’s how I fell in love with it too. It’s great when stuff is passed down with the sentiment of family like that.

      4. Me too. Majority of the cartoons I see today do not have a meaning behind the plot or a greater lesson trying to be shared. The characters do things to do them and they have no consequences… Lol

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