Paul Walker Will Never Rest in Peace until People Let Go

Paul Walker Will Never Rest in Peace until People Let GoPaul Walker is gone.  Accidents happen, people die, loved ones cry, mourn and remember.  Through it all, life eventually goes on somehow, as we never forget the one we lost and gradually accept the truth that they are gone forever from this life.  It has been close to month since actor Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas lost their lives in a tragic car accident.  Whether due to speeding in a beautiful red Porsche Carrera GT, outside influences such as drugs or alcohol, sinister conspiracy theories of sabotage or a stunt faking their own deaths, the truth remains that the two men perished on November 30.  The publicity and outcry for answers surrounding the accident, has deduced their tragic deaths to a sad sideshow of disrespect.  Walker and Rodas will never rest in peace until people let it go.

Even after the crash scene was cleaned up and looters scarfed up wreckage and tree bark to sell on E-Bay, the matter continues to be top in the news.  Autopsies and funerals have occurred, memorials of flowers and trinkets have been placed, and investigators are sorting out the facts of the accident.  Story upon story has been written with Walker being lifted up to a God-like status, even garnering more attention than Nelson Mandela’s passing or the woes of the U.S. government.

The most talented Walker, a fit forty year old with a gorgeous smile and eyes the color of the ocean, has died.  It is very sad and was truly unexpected.  From all accounts, he lived a good life, was a charitable man and doted on his teenage daughter, Meadow.  Walker led a somewhat normal life, even that of a movie star, enjoyed nature and appeared to be an honest, caring citizen.  The publicity created by his death has been astounding as theories of him faking his death or being involved in shady business practices have overshadowed the work he did on earth.

To even think that Walker would fake his own death, as some reports have focused on, is preposterous.  He loved nature and people.  He was an active ambassador for hope in restoring areas devastated by natural disasters and he founded his own charity Reach Out Worldwide to make a difference.  He did not sit back and administrate the charity from a desk, he got sweaty and dirty as he participated firsthand in relief efforts.  He had no reason to die, much less fake it.  If by some chance he or Rodas had any underhanded involvement in monies collected to benefit the charity, it was not apparent at the time of their deaths.

Faking one’s death is a calculated move on the part of someone who does not respect their family and friends, and fans in this case.  To deny his loved ones in order to escape from penalty of some kind is the ultimate betrayal.  Especially right before Christmas, Walker faking his own death would leave his only daughter, siblings and many friends in the lurch.  From what we know about Walker as a person, it does not seem like he would stoop so low as to give into a fatal caper.  His heyday of glory with car stunts and special effects are well documented through his films and his role in the Fast and Furious movies.  He experienced the fast life in fictional time, no reason to do it for real.

If Walker faked his death and his family and friends knew about it, they would have to be excellent actors to carry on the charade.  What reason would there be anyway?  A man in the prime of his life, successful and happy to fake his own death?  Not possible.  If other motives for the crash, which was captured on surveillance tape, were set up, it would be a shock to accept and would tarnish the good name Walker worked hard to establish.

The man deserves more respect in death than he is receiving, so he can finally rest peacefully within the heavens.  His final time came due, tragically and unexpected, but still it happened.  With no pun intended, Walker would most likely be appalled and shocked at the hoopla that has surrounded his passing.  All good things must come to an end, unfortunately, and as no one lives forever, things will happen.  Walker was a Christian and he lived a good life serving others, so it could be said that he is at peace.  The invasion of his privacy has been delayed with the constant banter of publicity.  People need to let it go and let him rest.

Sometimes well before their time, but with the satisfaction of a life well lived, people pass on from this life.  Paul Walker deserves and needs to be able to rest in peace with his maker and the accomplishments he did on earth.  His memory is being tossed around beyond his control and his journey will not be complete until people let him go.

For more information about Paul Walker and his charity Reach Out Worldwide, please see click here 

Editorial by: Roanne H. FitzGibbon

Guardian Liberty Voice  

International Business Times  

25 Responses to "Paul Walker Will Never Rest in Peace until People Let Go"

  1. Jennifer Aguilar   January 13, 2014 at 6:15 pm

    I am really sad about him and he is a really nice and cool and I think he is a great ,give,and wonderful and I have all of wonderful movies about him and I am really sad about him a lot and I think about him every bay and on new years I was crying about him and he is a really and wonderful about P Paul Walker and I think his family miss him very much and I am really sad about him and I think he is a better place and I REALLY REALLY LOVE HIM.: ( love you and for ever <3 you Paul Walker R.I.P

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  2. leeanne   January 4, 2014 at 5:23 am

    I would have been delighted if he is still alive..gone almost crazy since the day it happened..though i know that miracles happen,this is far happening..so let just pray that he would rest in eternal peace..let’s give him due respect..:-)

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  3. shannondede   January 2, 2014 at 9:51 pm

    People actually believe they have the power to keep someone from ‘Resting In Peace’??? Dumbest People on the planet. Stupid bunch of heathens who ‘idolize’ someone who just made movies. The fact he had a charity was also a ‘selfish’ act as only 35% of the money went to actually help victims and the other 65% provided a very nice income to someone who was already ‘OBSCENELY RICH”. God people are just so damn stupid.

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  4. pratik   December 30, 2013 at 2:02 am

    its been a month and still i can not believe that ma PAUL IS NO MORE INTO THIS WORLD…..

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  5. Tess Luzano   December 29, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Best article on paul walker. People should start to accept that he is gone. Let it go. Let him rest in peace. Honor his legacy through ROWW to help people in need. He will be happy and looking down smiling. RIP Paul Walker! :'( You will never be forgotten.

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  6. lisa   December 29, 2013 at 7:07 pm

    He should be left to rest in peace. His gorgeous smile..beautiful blue eyes…his talent and his love for the world will be remembered. Rest in peace paul. Cant believe you are gone.

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  7. Tracy   December 29, 2013 at 2:28 pm

    I agree.Reporters will make up anything to get a story! Let Paul rest in peace!!!!!!!!

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  8. Annie   December 29, 2013 at 9:31 am

    Yes, this was an accident. But thankfully he has no idea what is going on. He is sleeping in death now. I am glad he cant see what is happening. He is resting now. But I am grateful he can live again.

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  9. stacie   December 29, 2013 at 9:03 am

    Agreed. Let this poor family grieve. No matter what the circumstances, a good man, a great actor, and a human being lost his life. Horribly, and suddenly, the best way to show respect is to stop the nonsense of faking his death and negativity and remember the person he was..my heart goes out to his family

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  10. brah   December 29, 2013 at 8:53 am

    Very well said, his legacy will not be his movies but the charity he founded, you want to remember who he was support ROWW.

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  11. teresa   December 29, 2013 at 8:36 am

    Very well said !!!
    RIP paul walker </3

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  12. paul   December 29, 2013 at 8:33 am

    Rest in peace Paul. I love you.

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  13. Brittany mckee   December 29, 2013 at 8:28 am

    I agree with y’all i believe in paul walker just already death and he went to be an angel and in the heaven already. We miss him a lot forever remember him Rest In Peace

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  14. ladyromp   December 29, 2013 at 7:21 am

    Simply Beautiful and well said. Thank you!

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  15. Cheyenne   December 29, 2013 at 6:54 am

    I feel so sorry for Paul walker he was a good guy

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  16. Mindy Vodopich   December 29, 2013 at 6:47 am

    Thank you for someone finally writing a decent, respectful piece on the subject. No one wants to believe that they are really gone, and it will take a long time to come to terms with it. But it is true, they are really gone and the people left are in a state of shock. Under the circumstances that too is normal.

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  17. Penny Farria   December 29, 2013 at 6:31 am

    I agree Amen to that u said it all. RIP Paul Walker. and peace to his Family..

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  18. Helen mackay   December 29, 2013 at 6:28 am

    This is an amazing insight to a true tragedy. He needs to rest in peace and let his family grieve. Well written x

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  19. KK   December 29, 2013 at 5:42 am

    The best article written thus far. So true. For some reason I am having a hard time believing he is gone. But the fact remains, he IS gone. He really left a mark and I hope his family, friends and us fans are soon able to move on and let his beautiful soul rest in peace.

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  20. traudel   December 29, 2013 at 5:24 am

    This is true it is sad, yes it’s hard to let go but he will never be forgotten he will always walk beside us so let him rest in peace we love you Paul

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  21. LRM   December 29, 2013 at 5:24 am

    I agree, but it’s going to be so hard for his fans to let go- especially when it happened so quickly and out of nowhere, makes it so much harder. Wish we could rewind 🙁 rest in heaven angel walker

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  22. Sandy   December 29, 2013 at 5:19 am

    This was very well written!

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  23. Prettyzhuzhu   December 29, 2013 at 4:48 am

    Tottaly agree, May Your Golden Soul Rest In Peace Angel Walker You’re Back To Where You Belong Among The Angels♥️

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  24. Natalie   December 29, 2013 at 2:40 am

    Finally one article written with heart. I also agree that people should let Paul rest in peace!! Enough with the absurd articles!! He will definitely be missed by his family, friends and millions of fans worldwide but I take comfort he will live on in the movies he made.

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  25. detra smith   December 28, 2013 at 8:40 pm

    I agree totally. This beautiful man lived as many wish we could, giving his time and energy selflessly to the needs of others. A true humanitarian. A hero, if you will. My heart breaks as I’m sure millions of others have as well. But please let his memory and his family rest in peace. It’s the least anyone can do for an amazing life taken much too early. <\3 RIP Beautiful Angel

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