[quote=RealTalkUSA]The man is dead folks. Last time I checked none of us are in the will or beneficiaries of his (brilliantly constructed) blind trust. Those who wish to remember him in their hearts may do so. The world is in a shambles. Our nation is in the throws of the greatest financial crises since 1929. People are losing jobs, homes, savings. Health care, like "good credit" no longer exists. Let's focus on the issues that are going to get us through the day and hopefully into a brighter future.[/quote]
That is true. But along with the forementioned crises we are experiencincing in our lives, we are also in crisis because we lost not only the greatest entertainer that ever lived, but also a gift from God. I say that because he was such a good humanitarian, helped the sick and poor people, especially the children. And one of the most beautiful qualities a that I loved about MJ was the fact that he was always mentioning that he helped thee children because he wanted to assimilate Jesus' way. He always said that the lord wants us not to be like children, but to be childlike, and that is what he was. And a human being like that does not come along every day. In fact, I don't think there will be another human being as good as MJ in my lifetime. To think, that everyone who spoke lies and negativity, especially the tabloids drove him to seek out drugs so that he can escape the destruction that they caused in his career with their lies and negativity, in doing that they also drove that meek and wonderful human being to an early grave. GONE TOO SOON!!!!!!!