Someone on Facebook said they really missed Michael Jackson.
This, of course, launched a lengthy debate about his character and whether one should love or hate the guy.
This was my response:
“He was both. Like all of us, he was neither all good or evil. He had all of it inside and sometimes he showed the brilliance of one and other times the other. He was a very gifted artist trying to slay his inner demons.
Anyone as vibrationally sensitive as he was, with the kind of upbringing he had, is pretty much guaranteed to be screwed up. And that is downright tragic.
When he was expressing his Divine Gift – he was absolutely brilliant.
I have no idea what he did or did not do, but he will forever hold a special place in my heart for the joy he caused whenever he took to singing, dancing, or both.”
When someone is expressing their Divine Gift, they are pouring Divine light out into the world. Michael did that with his music.
The energy of his music brought joy to the space.
It forced us to want to become more just by seeing how he had perfected his own gift.
His life was screwed up. He was not perfect. I don’t condone his actions if they were less than noble. If he mistreated anyone, then he needed help for sure.
However, that does not make the light he brought forth any less dazzling.
I, for one, was an admirer since I was 6 or 7 and someone at a slumber party put on a record by the Jackson 5. I’ve been a lover of dance ever since! I blame Michael – in a good way.
I trust that by now his soul is at peace. Heck, he may already be back again learning to do something else completely brilliant. Who knows?
Have a deLightful day,
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