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Feb 07

Open Thought To The Unfolding of the Life of Michael Jackson: A World Composition

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A tiny bud–sturdy, strong, engaging!  We watched it open, peek out, and slowly unfold into a glowing leaf.  The first glance told us it was special!  We stared, held our breath, clapped our hands, and were introduced to the electrifying energy of  Michael Jackson!

Yesterday, he entered the grand theater of life, walked onto the largest stage,  and captivated an audience with the ultimate composition.  As I watched networks rush to put together “The Michael Jackson Story,”  I detected a common thread that ran through each one–show the good, the bad and the ugly.  I wondered why that had to be.  The voice of reason would say, “Well, you can’t tell a story unless you tell the WHOLE story.  I say, “I am not the voice of human logic, I am the voice of divine intelligence, and I can tell the whole story WITHOUT the bad and ugly.”  It all depends on one’s perception of  what the whole story is.  I say one’s life is defined by the divine qualities that he expresses.  Let’s take a look at Michael Jackson.

His harmonies opened the closed doors of racism, his melodies softened the hearts of mankind; he played the high and low notes of life, and moon-walked across the measures of childlike trust.  Sometimes there was dissonance in the demonstration of his music, but show me a song in everyone’s life that does not have discordant notes.  As we go forth with our storytelling, let us remember, “everyone has a story, even you!”

To the family of Michael Jackson, I say, I feel your grief, hear your pain, and see your tears.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you to support, sustain and love. 

 

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3 comments

  1. Marguerite

    My first thought of Michael Jackson is “genius”. The thought that follows is one of sadness, for many different reasons. However I believe he was pre-destined to be who he was. He was a great performer/entertainer, and a great humanitarian. He opened many doors and his name is a part of history. I am a person that believes in telling the “whole story”. The good, the bad and the ugly, because there are applicable life lesson’s in all of it. To the family of Michael Jackson I also say I feel your grief and hear your pain because he was a father, and a son, and a brother first. I am very thankful that he shared his talents ( his story) with the world.

  2. smithmamiecom

    Good (human) point of view, Marguerite!

    However, the human and divine are opposites . . . one cannot exist in the presence of the other. When one appears, the other disappears. Divine intelligence is not human, it is as it says, divine. Thus, the true qualities of Michael Jackson have no value or reality in a human explanation, nor does a rehearsing of negative qualities or experiences have reality in divine revelation. Mankind receives NO aid from mortal thoughts, words and deeds. They serve no purpose.

    Keeping thought locked into “materiality,” prevents it from rising to “spirituality.” It is like planning a trip south, but driving on a highway leading north. You will never reach your destination. I chose not to dive into the murky waters of human logic, (where the news media chose to be) because it neither purifies, uplifts, corrects, nor aids in the upward journey of immortality. It simply keeps you in depths of mortality.

    Perfection leads to perfection–imperfection guarantees imperfection.

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