Michael Jackson – A Blazing Star

Neverland – a children’s paradise, a place to find your inner child. Having been robbed of the opportunity in his own life to live like  a ‘normal’ child, Michael Jackson created Neverland  to recapture those lost years.

Michael Jackson, whose music brought joy to and touched the hearts of   millions, was one of the most influential musical artists of all time selling over 750 million records worldwide. 

The release of Michael Jackson’s Thriller album  in 1982 ( which to date is still the largest selling album of all time)   propelled him to a status in the music industry as well as the public arena that has not been seen since Elvis or Princess Diana.

A creative genius whose sound, style and dance moves inspired ensuing generations of soul, pop, R& B and hip hop.  Even his music videos such as  ‘ Billie Jean ‘  ‘ Beat It’  and  ‘ Thriller ‘  of the 1980’s defined the art form of music videos. Micahel Jackson was a creative genius whose music will live for generations to come. 

In an interview some years ago Michael Jackson talked about being at his happiest when he was on stage, in front of his audiences, performing.  This is where Michael Jackson shone, where he felt totally  at one with his life’s purpose.

Happiness isn’t  necessarily the pursuit and acquisition of money but more about living ON PURPOSE, living to your highest potential, living and doing what you love the most.

Michael Jackson was a man who lived ON PURPOSE.  His untimely death was felt by millions around the world.   His work will not be forgotten and without a doubt the next generation will know of his timeless music.

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2 Responses

  1. Legend is gone 😦

    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts. though this magnanamus legend has left us, his music and memories will continue to live. Perhaps now the media will focus on all that Michael Jackson – this beacon of light – brought to the world – the love, the kindness, the softness, the artistry, the music, the joy and his beauty.

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