Yesterday, Today, & FOREVER The King of Pop

We love Michael Jackson…Black, White, Young & Old

…because he’s so much more than a Pop Star.

Yes, he’s extraordinarily talented and that’s part of it. 

More importantly, his sovereign virtue is compassion, and he puts other people ahead of himself to the point that he can’t even comprehend some of the cruelties that many of us inflict on ourselves and others each day. 

When he gives, it’s from his heart.  His work is more than just art, it’s a piece of his soul and those of us who receive it as such, can’t help but to love him.  It’s a spiritual thang.  Many who feel it can’t even explain it other than to say "there’s just something about him".  I say, it’s more like a sixth sense. 

Unfortunately, many people can’t feel it and may never understand it.  Although I ‘ve been a fan of his music 4eva, I’m only beginning to understand him my self and the more I do, the more I grow spiritually.  

He inspires me to ask and give more of myself .

He’s been able, by virtue of the way he grew up, to hold on to childlike qualities that most of us lose simply by exposure to and acceptance of the ways of our society and world that he rarely experienced.  He had to learn to be an intensely committed and responsible working young man before he even realized what it was.  So, if he wants to compensate for that, why not, as long as he’s not hurting anybody, and since he is not and he wouldn’t think of it, he can’t understand why people would think that he could.  He also obviously began to mature spiritually, earlier than most of us, which makes him even more unique and draws us to him.

Without God, my children, my family and you, my fans, I could not have made it through. Your love, support and loyalty made it all possible.

You were there when I really needed you. I will never forget you. Your ever-present love held me, dried my tears, and carried me through.

I will treasure your devotion and support forever. You are my inspiration.


Michael Jackson


>>>  Victory 6/13/2005

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