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Peter Coyote on Robin Williams’ Suicide

by Leslie Irish Evans on January 16, 2015

Yes, this is old. But I just learned of it today. I wasn’t aware that Peter Coyote, who I know as an actor and a narrator, was also a Zen Buddhist priest. Here are his wise words: Robin and I were friends. Not intimate, because he was very shy when he was not performing. Still, […] [Read On]

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