MOSES J Moseley urged his readers to “know your worth” in his book before his tragic passing.
I am ______!: Moses’s book of Inspirational Quotes & Affirmations was published by Mosely in December 2020, containing quotes and affirmations created by the actor.
“Part of changing for the better is realizing that for better or worse you created the life you’re currently living,” read the book’s description on Amazon.
“If you haven’t figured it out I left the blank space in the title so you can write what you wish to manifest.”
The book is filled with motivational essays from Moseley as well as quotes at the end of each chapter. One quote reminds readers, “Your worth is what you think it is.”
The body of the 31-year-old actor, who played a zombie on the hit AMC series, was found in the Hudson Bridge area of Stockbridge, Georgia last Wednesday.
Family members told TMZ Moseley died of a gunshot wound and that police are currently investigating his death as a possible suicide.
He was last heard from three days before he vanished.
Family members filed a missing person report on Wednesday and then contacted OnStar – an in-vehicle security company – who tracked Moseley’s car to the bridge where his body was ultimately found.
An investigation into Moseley’s death remains ongoing.
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In a statement, Moseley’s manager Tabatha Michew remembered the actor as someone who was “loved by everyone who met him.”
“Such a bright light in everyone’s eyes,” Minchew continued. “Moses was an amazing person and if you had the opportunity to meet him he would have made your day amazing.
“He was very talented, he was a great friend, the kind you could call for anything.
“He was always excited about life and working in the entertainment business.”
His talent manager, Gail Tassell, also told CNN: “We are heartbroken by his loss and he will forever be in our hearts and deeply missed.
“He was a very beautiful person and an extremely talented actor. There really are no words to express the tragic loss of Moses. We just absolutely loved him.”
Moseley is best known for his portrayal of Mike, one of Michonne’s pet zombies, on The Walking Dead between 2012 and 2015.
He also appeared in HBO’s Watchmen and in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in 2013.
At the time of his death, in addition to Cadillac Revenge, Moseley was due to star in three other small-budget movies, including a film called Check-In, in which he was due to play the lead character, Lu.
An IMDB page for the film states that it’s currently in the stages of pre-production.
The writer and director of Check-In, Chris Copeskey, has not yet responded to a request for comment from The Sun seeking clarity as to how Moseley’s tragic death may have impacted the project.
Days before his death, the actor posted a note of optimism heading into 2022.
On New Year’s Eve, Moses shared one of his final Instagram posts.
Along with a collage of some of his recent work, he shared his hopes ahead of the new year.
He penned: “I just want to say thank you to The Most High and everyone who helped make this year the most successful year of my life.
“I know 2022 is going to be even better. Wishing everyone a happy, safe and prosperous New Year! May this year bring us all everything we desire and more!”
You’re not alone
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There were “more than two and half times as many suicides” in the US than there were homicides, according to the report.
For people ages 10 and 34, suicide was the “second leading cause of death” and the fourth for individuals ages 35 to 54.
Suicide is a vital health concern in the US It affects all genders, races and ages.
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If you are struggling to cope, you are not alone. There are many free and confidential programs in the US aimed at helping those who are struggling with their mental health.
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