My condolences to the family of Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009). May he rest in peace.
I will always remember him for his ingenious craft, remarkable achievement, and great songs.
Things I’ve learned from his life:
1) It doesn’t matter if you’re black of white. Therefore, you don’t have to look beautiful to be accepted or loved by many people. Just be true to yourself and others.
2) It really doesn’t matter if you look ugly as long as you don’t look like a corpse. I believe MJ could have had a chance to live longer if he didn’t undergo a significant number of plastic surgeries. I hope that people will learn to take care of their inner system, including soul, rather than their appearance to live a happy life.
3) Anyone can turn fantasies into reality. MJ was so rich, powerful and influencial that he was able to possess or do everything he wanted. All it takes is hard work with diligence but make sure you are not violating any human and divine law.
4) We can heal the world and make it a better place.
http://www.cnn.com /2009/HEALTH/06/25/michaeljackson. heart.health/index.html
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