Dead Poet's Society Robin Williams Speech Seize The Day



they were gonna be talking about William Shakespeare I know a lot of you look forward to this but as much as you look forward to root canal work we're going to talk about Shakespeare someone who writes something very interesting now many of you have seen Shakespeare done very much like this Oh Titus bring your friend hither even if you've seen mr. Marlon Brando know what Shakespeare can buy different friends Romans countrymen lend me your hands you can also imagine maybe John Wayne is Macbeth clay wall is this our dagger I see before me why do I stand up here anybody feel taller oh thank you for playing mr. Dalton I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way see the world looks very different from up here you don't believe me come see for yourselves come on come on this one you think you know something you have to look at it in another way even though may seem silly or wrong you must try now when you read don't just consider what the author thinks instead of what you think boys you must strive to find your own voice but the longer you wait to begin the less likely you are to find it at all Thoreau said most men lead lives of quiet desperation don't be resigned to that breakout don't just walk off the edge like lemmings look around you thank you yes dare to strike out and find neutral

20 thoughts on “Dead Poet's Society Robin Williams Speech Seize The Day

  1. I'll always be a fan of his, with or without his unwelcomed passing- he had a formula from the start- but still funny, smart and a highely unique star.

    all those attributes in ONE man, mere mortal and could not end the demons that ultimately caused his shortened life.

    he could of lived to be 90, instead though he passes on hopefully knowing that the 80's and 90's baby fans who grew to love him, would then know what it's like to lose who seemed like a friend to very lonely.

  2. Robin Williams has gifted us with the treasures of poetry in a myriad of ways… YES, POETRY… the Passion, the Omnipresence, the Evolution, the Truth, the Revelation, the Yielding to each breath of BEING.

  3. we need no teachers but like him…. he was such an inspiration and revolution to the world…. my eyes filled with tears when i saw the ending scene of the movie…

  4. Thank you so much! I'm going to be performing this little monologue to my theater group and without you, I wouldn't be able to

  5. Great film yet when it comes to Robin Williams and his tragic end, it shows a weird aspect of human condition:You are good at giving advice and inspire others but you cannot follow those advices yourself

  6. If Robin was a professor of mine, I'd do nothing the rest of my life but learn in his class room.

  7. In high school I had the best English professor I ever had. She loved English and her students and I remember one day she stood up on a students desk to teach and now I probably know where she got the idea from lol

  8. In high school I had the best English professor I ever had. She loved English and her students and I remember one day she stood up on a students desk to teach and now I probably know where she got the idea from lol

  9. In highschool I had the best English professor I ever had. She loved English and her students and I remember one day she stood up on a students desk to teach and now I probably know where she got the idea from lol

  10. In highschool I had the best English professor I ever had. She loved English and her students and I remember one day she stood up on a students desk to teach and now I probably know where she got the idea from lol

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