Wednesday, July 8, 2009

WORLDS FAREWELL TO ITS GREATEST EVER ENTERTAINER



I do not know, how many of us – fellow human beings, cried, weeping in sorrow, Irrespective of color, race, language, nationality – throughout the ceremony. For me this never looked like a ceremony. It looked like facilitation by the world to greatest ever entertainer, unifier, human being.
The casket carrying the beautiful soul was strolled inside the STAPLES. The tears never stopped from that moment onwards.
How is he related to me? I don’t know. But his influence will be there with me always. My 4 years old son was in fact consoling me by seeing the tears rolling out of my eyes.
The songs sung by different singers, the musicians and the speeches flooded from different human beings are perfect.
In the end, his daughters words spoke lot more than what she delivered.
And as a fitting finale, when his physical remains moved out of the theatre – the background music playing – no voice of the Great Michael Joseph Jackson – instead a ray of light at the centre in front of the mike – at the backdrop his portrait.
We are missing a great music legend. May other musicians take his legacy and spread the world with music and HEAL THE WORLD from this sorrow.
LONG LIVE MICHAEL JOSEPH JACKSON – YOU’LL BE THERE, HERE and EVERYWHERE

5 comments:

  1. You have made an exact representation of me and our fellow colored people in your blog. Honestly speaking I never wanted to view the final ceremony of MJ telecast last night. I firmly believe that lot of his questions on behalf of coloured people are unanswered. All I read in the last few days mag articles say that MJ wanted to live, he tried his next chance sincerely and honestly. HE WILL LIVE FOR EVER THROUGH HIS MUSIC AND LYRICS!!!

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  2. I too had a dilemma thinking it may be one more money making exploitation. But as OSHO always said, the people celebrated his passage as it is naturally conceived. It is an outstanding event which I will never be able to forget. I too agree with you and ordeal he has to go through to establish himself in the colored living atmosphere. He made it to the stars.

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  3. If you talk to me, I get moved by any death, that is for me parting off with any body is sad. So weather I felt like crying that day because of MJ or because I got emotional seeing his children speaking, I don't know. But yes, it was said to see such a talented person leave this world in this fashion.

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  4. we must be proud we lived in same era as MJ, we can share some interesting stories..

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