Inspirational Thoughts: Letter to Michael Jackson

Dear Michael Jackson,

I never thought I would come to this point of writing you a letter. I know you because you are famous. Who wouldn’t know the King of Pop, Michael Jackson? I know some of your music and your songs. But I don’t really know you, do I? I would still consider you to be a stranger in many sense of the word.

And yet here I am prodded to write you a letter. I honestly felt strange the first time this thought came into my mind and I brushed it aside as quickly as it came in. But today the prodding has come back more intensely this time. There have been many moments in my life when I followed my instincts and before I change my mind, I find myself writing my thoughts and reflections. So here I am.

Last June 25, 2009, Cebu Philippines, I still remember giving an orientation to the parents in our preschool. After that, I had to rush to a very important gathering. It was my dad’s birthday. I don’t get to celebrate my dad’s birthday a lot because I’ve been away from home since I was around eight years old. So a celebration like this particular birthday was important to me. And I was running late. But it didn’t matter that I was late, I was just happy to be there at the end of my day, grateful to have had the chance to celebrate his birthday with my brothers and their wives and some of our relatives.

The following day he was on his way back home to my mom. And that’s when the news of your death came. It’s still June 25 on your side of the world. This struck me…the cycle of life – one moment celebrating a birthday and the next, hearing the news of your passing away. Life has many of those moments. How many times have we grieved while others are celebrating the birth of a newborn son or daughter? Is it unfair? Is life cruel? As tough as it may seem, esp. to those who are left behind, it made me realize that we constantly face the truth of the cycle of life -- birth and death.

The past weeks have been filled with news about you and your kids and everything in between. I’ve observed how people have reacted. There were those who grieved and mourned for you just as there were those who scorned and mocked you. People talked about you a lot! Many stories about you came up and varying opinions are brought forth here and there.

As I listened to these stories and watched the memorial in honor of you, I couldn’t help but reflect some more.

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Each of us has a gift to share to the world

Whether it is Michael Jackson, the King of Pop singing and dancing or making music; or a mother cradling a baby in her arms; or a teacher passionately teaching her students, we all have a different gift to share to the world. This gift shared with love and passion can ignite many people to find the light within them and share that gift too. You are one of those who have inspired many. Your passion clearly shone through and your gift of music has wrought changes in people’s lives.

Some years ago, during our culminating program the preschool kids sang “Heal the World” for our grand finale. You should have seen our kids! I was proud of each one of them. I still remember being on that stage with our teachers and the kids singing their hearts out, “Heal the world, make it a better place, for you and for me and the entire human race. There are people dying, if we care enough for the living, make a better place for you and for me.” As we all sang those words, I was teary-eyed. It resonated within me the desire to make the world a better place from where I was and it affected me deeply.

I believe that if for one moment in time, you have been touched by an inspiration, moved beyond words to do something great or to love more, encouraged and uplifted out of despair, and being awakened to see who you truly are, that person have just shared with you a gift. This I tell you Michael Jackson, you have given to many that gift.

The people closest to us are the ones who truly know who we are and love us anyway

This reflection came to me when I heard the varying voices of people commenting who you are in their eyes. And it dawned on me that it’s the people closest to us who truly know us. When I wrote about my dear friend Dayzeebee in my hub “Driving Miss Daisy Crazy,” I felt the same thing. Most people label her as someone who is intimidating and strict trainer/director, but in our friendship I know her as someone who has a very tender and loving heart, playful and laughs at my silliness and has dreams like everyone else.

I’ve heard several people share their stories about the wonderful moments they have had with you. And I may not know you but these stories again resonate within me. Why? For me stories that show the goodness of each person are something to celebrate. Stories that came from your family and friends to those who work for you and with you and these stories show that you are such a caring and sweet person. Now Michael, there are also stories about you that were not so nice and when I listened to those, I frowned and asked, “Could that be true?” And that is why the statement came again with such force, “The people closest to you are the ones who truly know you.”

I have to laugh though when people commented that Paris and Prince and Blanket and the many speculations about them maybe even not being your children. Personally I was thinking, “What difference would it make?” You were their daddy and that’s it. Is it not the same as those who have decided to adopt a child? Does the nationality matter or where they originated from?

When the curtains are closed and the lights are out, it is exactly the very people closest to us who really knows us deep down and we rejoice when we discover that they love us anyway – imperfections and all. As I am writing this, I am very much aware of the wonderful combination of complexities that reside in each one of us – the faults and the weaknesses we all have along with the glorious and beautiful spirit as well.

We are all connected to each other

When I was little girl, I would ask God why did people fight and hate each other? I was always asking God “Why?” like “Why are material things more important than relationships?” or “Why do we have different color and race and religion?” There were so many things I wanted to understand but couldn’t. And through the years, some of the questions have been answered as new ones emerged. But one thing I discovered was that we are all connected to each other. No matter what kind of house or mansion or a palace we lived in, or what work we do, we have within us the similarities as well as the differences.

How many of us have experienced fear, worry, anxiety, doubts, facing lonely nights, the yearning to feel needed and loved, the desire to find our life’s purpose, the joy found in warm and caring relationships, the longing to be happy? The list goes on and on. I believe that in one way or the other, we all experience many similarities in feelings and emotions even if the circumstances may be different.

It is true! We all go through the pain and sorrow as well as the joy and hope found in life.

If we are able to recognize how connected we all are, we would stop judging one another and instead show compassion and mercy and empathy and extend a hand whenever it is needed.

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What matters most is how much we have loved

Many people were touched when Paris spoke up about missing you and you being the best daddy in the world. That moment made you “human” in the eyes of the people. You were not just this public famous figure or the King of Pop…you were daddy. I got teary eyed actually because I could feel the raw emotion coming from her as she spoke those words. That spoke a lot about your relationship with your children.

The last reflection came to me that at the end of the day, what really matters after all is the knowing how much we have loved and experienced that love in return. No amount of money or fame can ever replace love. I truly hope Michael that you have experienced that beautiful love from the people closest to you. Even if you or your life was not perfect in the eyes of the world, I hope the love you’ve had gave you enough solace, comfort and joy.

I would like now to speak to the little boy within you, the little Michael Jackson

Little Michael Jackson, I just want to let you know how proud I am of you for sharing your gift of music to the world. It is a beautiful and magnificent gift. You were in your element when you expressed yourself through singing and dancing and creating. And guess what? Even if you are no longer here, your music lives on. It’s okay. There is nothing to fear now. Go into the light. There you are free to dance, to sing, to remove your masks and just be yourself. Nothing there can harm you. Feel the love that surrounds you. Breathe deeply the warmth and care that you yearn for. All is well. Go into the light. God awaits you. You are loved.

Love and Light,

Michelle Simtoco

July 11, 2009

 

Go Into the Light

A Word to the Reader

After i finished this letter, I felt it was more of a prayer for him more than anything else. I thought it was enough and decided not to publish it. Later, I realized that it was for all of us too who may have forgotten one way or the other how special we all are. That we all needed to be accepted and loved for who we are. 


That night, I chanced upon a thread on Hubpages forum where AEvans wrote about her husband being a close friend of the Jackson's family. I wrote to her and told her that I felt impelled to share the letter with her. I got an email from a few days later saying they had forwarded this to the Jackson's family. I was very much surprised and blessed by it.


Today, July 23, 2009, I have felt the prodding again to share this letter here. So here I am sharing my reflections and thoughts. My heart feels lighter now. I do not judge you Michael Jackson and I pray I will not judge any other person in this world. We all make choices and we live by these choices. May we all continue to learn from each other on how to live a more loving and abundant life. Thank you Michael Jackson. Go into the light and may God's peace be with you.


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emohealer 7 years ago from South Carolina

Ripplemaker: I became teary eyed myself as I read this inspiring piece of work. You're unique way of addressing as a letter. I felt the love and light of our world coming together. You just made my world a beter place to be. I hope that it does the same for others. So much more than a tribute, continue to let your light shine!


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi emohealer, thank you for being the first person to comment here. I was crying too when I wrote it and at first I couldn't understand. Although I know some of MJ's songs, I am not that much of a fan as some fans are. And yet here I am prodded to share all my reflections. It's still a call for us to love and teach and guide each other. Thank you for your love.


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Enelle Lamb 7 years ago from Canada's 'California'

What a beautiful and moving tribute - Not only to Michael Jackson, but to everyone who reads this. You show so much love and compassion, who could not be moved, reading your words. We should all take a page from your book my dear - the world would be a much better place - thank you for enriching mine.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

I am truly happy that you have become more comfortable in sharing your gift. It is an indication of your readiness to take flight---with healing boundless love as your wings of peace. Go forth with perfect love. Hugs my dear friend:)


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dohn121 7 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

Amazing tribute, ripplemaker. Michael Jackson IS certainly one in a BILLION. He successes will be the measuring stick for all of those who will emerge from his shadows and dare to endeavor to become better than he ever was. His legacy will of course live on and won't ever will be forgotten.

I grew up as every kid back then, as a fan of Michael Jackson. He was a piercing icon whom everyone wanted to emulate. He always garnered so much attention. For those who did not have the opportunity to experience the height of his success like I did, I ask only that they make any preconceived notions about him. What people fail (for the most part) to talk about is the millions of people he's helped in so many ways, especially monetary-wise. People tend to forget all the wonderful and selfless deeds he has done in his life when living. For some, unfortunately, it's a convenience to forget such things because it's easier to simply mock someone.

Thank you so much for writing this endearing, heartfelt hub. I enjoyed every word.


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lxxy 7 years ago from Beneath, Between, Beyond

Beautiful..

We are the One. =)


carmelpup 7 years ago

so beautiful,it is more than a tribute it is lesson i wish everyone would follow sometimes we must put all judements behind us and just connect with others.


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA

Simply beautiful and cut to the heart!

And you Michelle/Friend/Sis/Ripplemaker are one of those too who have a special gift and have inspired many through your passion to love.

I'm glad you decided to publish, for not only is this letter a gift of love to Michael but a gift of love to all who pass through and read, and I hope there will be a million! Thank you Sis, thumbs up and {{{hugs}}}!


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VioletSun 7 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

Michelle: Sniff, this truly made me teary eyed. I too thanked Michael Jackson's spirit in my mind, for the good he did for the world through his music, love and charity. I also thought of AEvan's having a connection to the Jackson family and I hope they get to read this beautiful letter. I am also reflecting as the 4th anniversary of my teenage nephew's passing is soon, and I am writing my reflections to send to my sister (his Mom), its my gift.

Thumbs up, dear sis in light.

Love,

Marie


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Enelle: The path to loving ourselves and others is a challenging one. I remember one of Michael Jackson songs "Man in the Mirror"; if we want to make the world a better place, it should start from within. If we are able to create a loving space for many, indeed it will be. Thank you for your kind words. Share your light so others may find their way home. Much love to you. :-)


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Dayzeebee: I thank you for your friendship and for helping me grow and fly and share more. I'm truly glad that when I shared about Michael Jackson and this letter, you never told me I am silly and foolish. You just said, "Go and follow your heart!" Thank you so much. Big hug back to you. :-)


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Dohn: Being famous isn't easy huh? I sometimes cringe at the thought of having your life in the limelight where people comment about you from anything and everything. I doubt I would ever understand what Michael Jackson went through. You are so right, it's too easy to forget the goodness a person has done. Maybe we should all start showing our appreciation to our families and those around us. It is a lesson we must be reminded of constantly. :-) Thank you for sharing your thoughts about Michael Jackson. His music lives on.


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advisor4qb 7 years ago from On New Footing

I feel sorry for those kids. I hope they end up in the right place.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Ixxy: We are one. Beautifully captured. :)

Carmelpup: Yes, yes and yes!


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Dottie: The passion to love came from the hurting child within me. I went through that journey too. And I am grateful for beautiful people like you who have encouraged and supported me. Thank you for the hugs Dottie. Hugs back... :D

I love what you wrote that this is a gift of love for Michael and for others who will pass through. That's a wonderful way of stating it. :D I hope so sis Dottie, I hope so!


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

VioletSun: That is so beautiful to thank Michael Jackson's spirit in your mind for the good he has done. We should do that often to those who have gone before us as well. That would be a nice thing to do.

I hope the Jackson family are okay especially the kids. AEvans said that she had forwarded my letter to them. It is more than enough for me.

Marie, how is your sister? A letter, a gift of love for your nephew, would be a wonderful gift indeed. Love and light...


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maggs224 7 years ago from Sunny Spain

I loved this hub very tender and caring, I watched the memorial on TV and was touched by many of the tributes and as I read your letter I was moved and touched by that to.


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jill of alltrades 7 years ago from Philippines

What a beautiful hub! Thank you for writing it.


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VioletSun 7 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

Michelle: My sister is amazing, the passing of her boy, has spiritualized her, she has gone back to her painting and left NY to start over in Florida, near the ocean. However, she misses him everyday, but is determined to live the rest of her life the best way she knows how. Thanks for asking! And thanks for the love you share through your writing.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Advisor: they will be. I believe with all my heart that there is perfection in the imperfection. We may not understand things sometimes but in the end, we will.

maggs: I watched the video footage too. It was indeed touching. Thank you for dropping by to leave a comment. Much love and light...

jill: Thanks for reading. May the inspiration you receive today be passed on to someone else.


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California.

What a moving and beautiful letter to a very gifted and giving human being. I'm sure he knows of this letter and is smiling in Heaven.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

VioletSun: It's so nice to see the resiliency of the spirit and to be a witness to that. It is not an easy thing to face one's grief. But to have been able to move forward and to live life more beautifully, that is a gift your nephew has given you both. I hug you both dearly. :D


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Laringo: Your comment made me smile. Thank you so much. Can I share something? He had something to do with this inspiration. (wink)


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rb11 7 years ago from Las Vegas

A beautiful tribute and a beautiful Hub....I've come to learn it's not how long we live, but how we live. Also, what we give to enrich our surroundings. What ever faults MJ had it seems his intentions were always good.

Regards


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

RB: I like that..the more we learn how to live life fully, it doesn't really matter how long we have lived right? Whatever we have learned from MJ or each other, may we use it to enrich our surroundings. Regards my friend! :-)


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Charia Samher 7 years ago

Hi teacher Michelle. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. I have loved some of MJ's songs but not really so much of a fan. The truth is I was only affected by his death when I watched his memorial. Just like you I've learned from the closest relatives and friends who the real MJ was, and yes I was crying as well. Maybe he is one of the most judged and misunderstood famous figure in the industry. And only in his death that we have known a side of him which is not so visible to the world.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Charia: We have experienced that too, haven't we in our lives when people have judged us for what we have done. I remember sometimes I found it too exhausting to have to explain our side of the story. We can't always do that, can we? Perhaps things are not always as they seem. Maybe if we are more compassionate, it won't be as hard for people to take flight and soar. I know because on a personal level, we experience all these things right in our own home or workplace. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I appreciate it very much. :-)


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BirteEdwards 7 years ago

This moving tribute to a person who touched so many lives, is also a tribute to yourself.

Through Michael Jackson, you realized many things about yourself and your life and your attitude to life. So once again Michael Jackson touched the life of someone.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

BirteEdwards: It did make me realize so many things LOL You are so right about that. Yes Michael Jackson did it again! Thanks for dropping by to read this letter and comment too. :-)


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tony0724 7 years ago from san diego calif

Michelle It Is Indeed a nice letter . And the way you articulated your thoughts so well . It just cements In my mind why I am such a fan of yours . I grew up with Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5 .Michael had many gifts musically .

May I say that God gave you a few also . I have and still have many of those questions that you asked God . In any event best to you . I will look forward to your next hub. Your hardcore fan Tony


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Tony, thank you for your kind words and for remembering Michael Jackson with me. We have much to learn from the events that happen around us; hence, the many questions. :-) I am touched that you liked what I've shared here and for reading my hubs. That is a wonderful encouragement. Many thanks for sharing your light.


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Susan Ng 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

That ET interview with Michael Jackson made me fall in love with him. At the age of 24, he spoke like such an old soul. :) He gave all of himself and asked only to be loved. I can relate to that... :)


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Susan: Tich, I think many of us do. We sometimes forget that deep down that is what we truly desire -- to love and be loved in return. Michael Jackson indeed was an old soul.


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA

Such a wonderful hub. I am at a loss for words to express my emotions. A million thumbs ups.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi countrywomen, thank you for dropping by and sharing what you felt. I appreciate and value what you have to say. Love and light. :-)


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA

You are welcome. MJ is a legend. And you wrote a wonderful letter which speaks from the heart. Have a great weekend. :D


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Same to you my friend! :D


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AEvans 7 years ago from SomeWhere Out There

Oh this is beautiful and made me cry, I read it to my husband and he was all choked up. He made some calls and your beautiful letter is now a piece of history documented and placed deep in the hearts of his loved ones. You are such a beautiful person and I hope this letter also makes others realize that we are all one after all wasn't that what the song, "Heal The World" was about? I can also bet that the children that sang that song as well want what many of us should strive for and that is Peace and togetherness. Touching this is so touching. (((Big Hugs)))


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

AEvans, I'm so happy to read your comment. Thank you so much for responding and sharing this letter with the Jackson's family. Please also extend my gratitude to your husband. You both have such loving hearts. I'm sure the Jackson's family is glad to have you as part of their circle of friends. I love what you wrote about striving for peace and togetherness. I for one would advocate for that. And I will try as long as I am alive... Thank you again...Hugs appreciated and returned with much love and light..:-)


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TheLadyCoco 7 years ago from Georgia

Very Inspirinf I wish I could write like you .when I wwrote my article on Michael My stats went down. I dont understand???/


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

The Lady Coco: Thanks! About your stats, do you mean your hubscore? That is normal (I believe) it's the same way for me too. But the hubscores fluctuate up and down. :)


A.M. Gwynn 7 years ago

I was late coming to this, mostly because everything said had gotten so ugly.

And I wanted to distance myself from it all.

His death was a great loss, not only to music and art, but to the human family.

Oh, there are some who don't think so, and that's okay. Someday they will stand where he stood perhaps in some smaller way, and they will know.

And ultimately, they will go where he has gone and all the hatred and judgements and mockery will be over.

It takes longer for some to learn.

This was beautiful. I loved it very much and thank you.


A.M. Gwynn 7 years ago

Keep shining....


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

A.M. Gwynn, I am teary eyed reading your comment. Thank you for coming over and reading this letter. Your words made me glad I followed the prodding to share this. You know I was sleeping when the words were floating in my head; it was so persistent that I had to finally stand up and typed it in the computer. Thank you for sharing your heart. I hug you in spirit. :) Love and light and blessings...


gwennies pen 7 years ago

Beautiful tribute to a fallen star...one who burned out before his prime.:( He gave of himself in so many ways. He loved his children, family and thousands of fans...but it appears he may of forgot himself along the way, at least enough to change before the tragedy took his life. He was young at heart with a lot of soul. He will be missed!


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Gwennies pen: When I read your comment, I suddenly have this sudden urge to hug Michael Jackson. He will indeed be missed. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. It is valued.


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Princess Weddings 7 years ago

A loving tribute


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Thanks Princess! :)


Dyan:) 7 years ago

Very moving. You truly have the gift, Chelle. Perfect words for the King of Pop and dad.

My son (then 5yrs old, now 8) was one of the children who sang "Heal the World" in your school. And this son of mine never did like performing on stage. In fact he never did perform on stage until that day (remember?). I asked him today what made him changed his mind and perform that day and he said "because I like Heal the World and I like Michael Jackson."

MJ as touched all humanity, across all ages, perhaps even beyond our lifetime.

Continue sharing your talent to the world!

God bless,

Dyan Tagimacruz

10/15/09


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Dyan, I am smiling and at the same time teary eyed reading your comment. Oh yes, you were there during that culminating event and so was your son. I remember that vividly. I love his answer now as to why he sang on that stage that day! All of us were so proud of him for finally conquering his fear. Thank you for showing us what supportive and encouraging parents and can do to help a child soar. Thank you Michael Jackson for your wonderful song Heal the World. LOL I truly love his answer. Children are so cute! Blessings to you and your family!


wenta  7 years ago

michael jackson rocks


Macoy 7 years ago

I was deeply touched and very inspired ate Michelle!!! May you and Miss Daisy continue to inspire other people! Just like Michael Jackson!! Weeeepppee!!!!


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Macoy, weeeepeeee! Yes!!! LOL Thank you for reading this hub!


johannah 7 years ago

Thank you for sharing this... BEAUTIFUL! =) God bless you even more.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Johannah, thanks! When I watched the movie, "This is It" Michael Jackson's message to me when I was driving home was, "Allow yourself to shine." It was so insistent that I had to say aloud, "I promise, I promise, I promise!" :)


grifity 6 years ago

johannah, thanks i love mj's movie this is it ooooh is so amazing and look fantastic


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DeBorrah K. Ogans 6 years ago

Ripplemaker, Beautiful tribute! Wonderful illustrations as well! I am sure that the Jackson family was comforted by your loving, warm and thoughtful words! Thank you for sharing, Blessings!


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ripplemaker 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Deborrah, hey you found this hub! Thanks for reading this. This one is for Michael J and for all of us as we continue to journey in this life. Blessings to you too!


dina 6 years ago

dear mj.jackson heaven above:)

we" deeply mjsite family miss you.

months went by and the love is still

pouring out., with poems to talks< your

music is making so much that came in my mind.

now it is now to come we" keep the peace I will keep you in my dreams. its' not you was the king of pop but you had drems come alive thank you mj for your hard work. you will blossom in the eyes of LV


MJLibellule 6 years ago

Just two words : Thank You.


lovely 6 years ago

i love michael jackson. he is the greatest entertainer that ever lived. even though people treatedhim like trash, he still continued to make music and love his fans. that's why i love him and will continue to love him until the day i will join him up in heaven with god.


lovely 6 years ago

beautiful tribute! the reason i love michael is because he great. dont take this personally all you justin bieber fans but michael has outstanding music way better. I LOVE YOU MICHAEL


Makaila 4 years ago

Hi Michael Jackson

This is Makaila

You don't know me.

But I do your experience

from your songs thriller Billie Jeans Beat it. I love your songs.

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