March 29, 2010


No change, no fair social system, no new political system or equality can be achieved by violence. Anything built on that will bare the scars forever.

Today's attacks on Moscow metro is just the latest in an endless lines of random violence. Ten's of people have lost their life, ten's more are injured, families have been devastated, dreams and hopes have been shattered.

... we should be healing instead of wounding further more.

Our prayers are with the people of Russia. 

March 27, 2010

"North of Neverland"

This weekend, my family watched the animated film "Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure," based on the book "Tink, North of Neverland." Of course I thought of Michael, his love of Peter Pan and Neverland.

A lengthy plot review is not included in this post, but if you'd like to read the full plot, visit the link listed at the end of the post.

This is the most relevant paragraph to the points at hand:

"When she unveils the scepter, the assembled fairies are alarmed to see the fragments of the moonstone. However, the broken moonstone shards create an unexpected benefit – increased surface area through which the rays of the blue moon could pass, which creates the most blue pixie dust ever seen in Pixie Hollow."

There are some strong metaphors related to Michael in this story. First of all, Neverland itself represents eternal childhood, escapism and immortality. Michael exhibited the former in 3-dimensional life, and has achieved the later since his passing. Pixie Hollow is North of Neverland, North representing not just compass position, but a higher, greater state of Neverland.

The blue moonstone is also an important symbol. The moon is an obvious one and some variations of blue are considered "angel blue." Add to this, the fairies were to activate this blue moonstone on the first night of the autumn harvest to sprinkle pixie dust on Pixie Hollow. This would allow the town to rejuvenate its powers.

The night that Michael's physical body was laid to rest, the autumn harvest moon was shining brightly. Is it hard to imagine the MJFAM as the fairies sprinkling his pixie dust on the world?

Finally, the fragmented moon stone imitates Michael’s love, since his passing. Though his physical presence was destroyed (fragmented) his eternal presence is so much more powerful and abundant as before.

"Tink, North of Neverland" illustrates that Michael's passing has had an unexpected effect on each of us, and his love stronger than ever. Communion with MJFAM reveals that he is positioned to reach a happier, even more blissful state than the Neverland that he had imagined.

But first, we must continue to call out for justice for him, so that he can reach this state of bliss.

What do you think?

Postcards for children

A charity program has been started by the MJ fan club of China, MJJCN, and a children's charity organization, to sell postcards and raise money to help children with different needs. It's a very loving event and so very MJ!!!

The postcards come in a set of 12 (for only about USD$3, excluding mailing fee) and the first print of 1000 sets have all been ordered already. I have contacted a person in charge and understand that they may make prints again later on; however, overseas orders have to be organized through fan clubs. Let's see how it goes. For the time being, let's have a look at the beautiful designs of the postcards!

They are all beautiful!
MJ fans in China, thanks for all the L.O.V.E.!

March 26, 2010

Happy Birthday Diana Ross and Teddy Pendergrass!

Today we celebrate the birthday of two amazing musicians: Diana Ross and Teddy Pendergrass (RIP)!

We all know Michael loved Diana Ross very much and she played a very important role in his life in many aspects.

The ultimate sign of his love for her was the fact that as per his will Diana Ross should raise his beloved children in case his mother is not able to anymore.

Let's remember some happy moments Michael shared with the amazing Diana Ross:

Today would also be the 60th birthday of Mr. Teddy Pendergrass who left the stage not too long ago... His life was truely amazing and very troubled.

The most touching moment for me was when Teddy returned to the stage in a wheel chair after his tragic accident in 1985 for the "LIVE AID" event. He performed "Reach Out & Touch" with Ashford and Simpson. A song and event that is more than "Michaelish" as we say.... RIP Teddy, we miss you! Thank you for your music!

March 25, 2010

Michael Jackson: The Way He Made Us Feel

I usually write Michael Jackson in His Own Words but again the day of my blog post has fallen on the 25th. Sadly, it's now been 9 months since we lost Michael, last month I posted a blog with quotes and thoughts from celebs and then a couple random fans that I found in a book this month I want the MJ Fam's opinion. We all loved Michael & so I decided to post some thoughts, quotes whatever it is that you all wanted to say about him. I also wanted to say that though i'm posting this right now there is no "deadline" if you haven't DMed me already with what you think go ahead and feel free to, I will add them as I get them :)

Michael is the spirit of my childhood, the endless dream that I'm still dreaming of today. I still have a child's heart and I still believe that we can change the world. If it wasn't for his life and inspiration I would be a totally different person. The magic he created in our hearts will last forever. I miss him. - from @ladydukka

''Born to amuse, to inspire, to delight, here one day, gone one night. Gone to soon." -from @Gimevacarezza

Words fail me when I try to explain what MJ means to me. He's everything & I feel his spirit everywhere I go. I look at the sky & I stare there thinking & telling him how I feel asking him what should I do & though it sounds crazy, I always get my answer & If don't want to talk I just stay there listening to his music & I still feel him I know that his spirit is with me & with all of us. Like he says in a song 'though we're far apart, you're always in my heart' That's what we've to do, look for him in our hearts & he'll show. I miss him so much & I love him more, always --from @Gimevacarezza

what MJ means to me - My first concert so my love of music, wonderful memory with my grandmother watching Motown25, Billy Jean....The day he died..was my daughters first dance dance class.. She has not stop dancing and singing to MJ music -From @angelzaroundus

Michael is my inspiration to be a better person and parent. He wasnt perfect but he was so close. He was definately chosen by God for LOVE.-from @bekerbee

Comments on MJ: Happy go Lucky. King of our Hearts. Real life Peter Pan. Child @ Heart. Lived life 2 the full. -from @emarwood

These memories that have made me who I am Can slowly play back over and over again
You showed me who I can be As these birds in the day begin to sing...There won't be no tears shed here today Because I know your in a better place.....All the truths and lies can fly Oh the memories shall be what I am You told me once, I'm a kid again-From a Poem that @00k00 said made her think of Michael (I agree it does so much!)

I think MJ was an awesome entertainer. I grew up on his music. He is very missed in my household. I pray for peace for his family every day.-From @GrimmyluvsMJJ

He made me realize life is short & sacred. If you want to accomplish something...He taught me life is short & sacred. I applied to law schoolthis fall b/c of it in case I die tomorrow I at least I tried to apply.-from @Marielcita

MJ represented goodness purity hope and love in a world filled with so much hate immorality and dispair
...Since MJ was taken I feel LOST & ALONE even among a room filled with loved ones and friends, i know its crazy be its how i feel. -From @scb81271

March 23, 2010

They do care about Michael !.

Today I was reading TMZ and saw a headline that really got my attention, It said ''Michael Jackson flash mob Hollywood They don't care about us'', so I pressed click and the video started to run. As I watched it, I started to feel goosebumps, emotion and in time the tears started to come. At the same time I was crying, I was smiling and singing, I could feel the energy, emotion and time these people put to the dance, to learn the choreography, the will and the courage they had to participate in something like this, it's not easy to do a choreography that Michael did, is not impossible but is a little scary. We're talking about doing a choreography that the best dancer in the world invented, every step was calculated with a precision that no one could imagine, every step matched perfectly with the rhythm, and with the next step. I really admire the courage they had to dare to dance and practice a Michael's choreography. But the thing that really got me was the heart they put to that dance. They were dancing with their hearts. Showing Michael how much he inspires them in so many ways. They showed that through that dance they made in the middle of a local mall in Hollywood. I felt that through that dance they showed Michael how much they care about him and I'm sure that from up above He was smiling, watching them dancing and with and the L.O.V.E he has, he was correcting some steps and moves because you know, that's Michael, he's a perfectionist, he can't help it. But What I'm sure the most is that Michael felt very proud and honored to have fans like those people and like all the people that take the challenge to make choreographies like this one around the world and succeed, like they did.

Hope you enjoy the video as much as I did.

March 22, 2010

Children´s Day: Your Children Are Not Your Children...

Since we started this blog, 
the 22th of a month is
our  children´s day.


Your children are not your children.
They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself.
They come through you but not from you,
And though they are with you yet they belong not to you.
You may give them your love but not your thoughts,
For they have their own thoughts.
You may house their bodies but not their souls,
For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow,
which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them,
but seek not to make them like you.
For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday.
You are the bows from which your children
as living arrows are sent forth.
The archer sees the mark upon the path of the infinite,
and He bends you with His might
that His arrows may go swift and far.
Let your bending in the archer’s hand be for gladness;
For even as He loves the arrow that flies,
so He loves also the bow that is stable.

~Kahlil Gibran

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Soon you will have payed 4000 visits

in just 4 months to our

It´s all for L.O.V.E blog.

We want to thank you for for stepping in, reading, commenting and sharing our intend to make this world a better place - your presence is very much appreciated and keeps us busy and going on to share entries with you.

Today, take some flowers from us as a gift and thank you for not forgetting MJ´s message of L.O.V.E and for the love you are spreading around in your world.

Not being that big fan of "dead flowers" you might like to take this bunch of flowers from Pablo Picasso.


March 21, 2010

MJ is...

Though Twitter seems to have blocked MJ-related hashtags, fans do not give up to try to make him a trending topic. Today fans were successful in creating  #MJis and making it a trending topic worldwide.

~ MJ is
  • a shining example.
  • the best entertainer ever.
  • like a mirror - you choose what you see. And when u speak of MJ you are revealing what's inside your soul. 
  • only human. But he made being human pretty damn epic. 
  • completely UNDERESTIMATED! 
  • to Austin Brown uncle Doo Doo and his hero the greatest.
  • the reason we can never log off from Twitter.
  • one of the few celebrities that didnt let fame make him arrogant or selfish.
  • why dance school was so intense. 
  • what inspires me to be better and do better.
  • one of the main reason why i've stayed a vegeteria.
  • someone who deserved least what was done to him. 
  • our modern-day prophet .
  • going to care about the heavens just like he cared about the earth.
  •  ... and the rest can only try to be.

    March 19, 2010

    'They're killing a dance.'

    Enough For Today

    Dance rehearsals can go on past midnight, but this time I stopped at ten. "I hope you don't mind," I said, looking up into space, "but that's enough for today." A voice from the control room spoke. "You okay?"

    "A little tired, I guess," I said.

    I slipped on a windbreaker and headed down the hall. Running footsteps came up behind me. I was pretty sure who they belonged to. "I know you too well," she said, catching up with me. "What's really wrong?"

    I hesitated. "Well, I don't know how this sounds, but I saw a picture today in the papers. A dolphin had drowned in a fishing net. From the way its body was tangled in the lines, you could read so much agony. Its eyes were vacant, yet there was still that smile, the one dolphins never lose, even when they die..." My voice trailed off.

    She put her hand lightly in mine. "I know, I know."

    "No, you don't know all of it yet. It's not just that I felt sad, or had to face the fact that an innocent being had died. Dolphins love to dance -- of all the creatures in the sea, that's their mark. Asking nothing from us, they cavort in the waves while we marvel. They race ahead of ships, not to get there first but to tell us, 'It's all meant to be play. Keep to your course, but dance while you do it.' "So there I was, in the middle of rehearsal, and I thought, 'They're killing a dance.' And then it seemed only right to stop. I can't keep the dance from being killed, but at least I can pause in memory, as one dancer to another. Does that make any sense?"

    Her eyes were tender. "Sure, in its way. Probably we'll wait years before everyone agrees on how to solve this thing. So many interests are involved. But it's too frustrating waiting for improvements tomorrow. Your heart wanted to have its say now."

    "Yes," I said, pushing the door open for her. "I just had this feeling, and that's enough for today."

    Excerpt from "Dancing the Dream - Poems and Reflections" © 1992 by Michael Jackson

    As we all know Michael Jackson very much cared about the planet and all the animals that God created for it.

    Be it coincidence or not this year when MJ was honored at the Oscar awards, a movie was winning "Best Feature Documentary" award that we all should acknowledge.

    It is called "The Cove" and is about the killing of dolphins in a cove in Japan. I haven't yet seen the movie myself and it will take a lot of energy for me to do so as seeing pictures like these make me feel like watching someone killing a family member.

    But nevertheless this cause is to be supported and on the movie website you can read how to take action. Please do!

    Please sign the petition "Stop the Dolphin Slaughter in Taiji, Japan"

    "They who?? It starts with us. It's US! Or else it'll never be done... Let's take care of the planet!"

    - Michael Jackson


    Addition 2010/04/01:

    Please sign petion against killing of whales and dolphins here:

    Join FB group "I bet we can find 1,000,000 people who want Japan to stop killing whales" here:!/group.php?gid=291599004314&ref=ts

    Addition 2010/09/05

    Please sign the petition "Stop the Dolphin Slaughter in Taiji, Japan"

    Follow "The Cove" on Twitter:

    More information:


    March 18, 2010

    E = mc2

    "...Neither mass nor energy may be destroyed, but only moved from one location to another."

    MJ & His Impact on Our Lives...

    It's been 9 months since we lost our Michael. Ever since I was young I've wanted to one day meet him, if nothing more then to tell him what he did for me, how he changed my life. I believe as do many of you that Michael can hear us all now that he is an angel so I have told him already how he impacted me but I would like to share it with my lovely MJ Fam too. I know you have stories & as you can see by this blog title "MJ & his Impact on Our Lives" this blog isn't just about my specific story & I hope that you will post comments sharing your stories too!!! :) now let me get started.....

    I have been a Michael Jackson fan from before I can remember. My dad was a fan & he had the Thriller album. He played it constantly & he told me stories of when I was 2 & 3 and that before I would go to sleep or take my nap I HAD to hear Human Nature and that I just wouldn't stop until I did :) I guess though I don't remember it that is the first of many impacts Michael had on me, without his song Human Nature my dad might have had a more fussy child to deal with haha! :) My first memory of Michael though is when I was 9 that's when I say I officially became a fan & that's the start of from what I remember of him changing my life. People who know me now never believe this about me but when I was a young child I was a shy nervous kid, I had a pronounced stutter and I could not say my R's right ( I sounded like Elmer Fudd) I was a loner & I was picked on badly because of my stutter, my awkwardness and alot of other things. That hurt my self esteem bad as you would imagine and while I had a loving father who told me I was unique and great I had a mother who was the opposite (but I will get into that more in a bit). I felt like a freak & I felt alone til one day my dad came home with the Dangerous CD for me I was excited and popped it in right away. I danced I jumped around and I sang (once I learned the words lol) to the songs until a certain song came on. That song was Keep The Faith & it made me stop what I was doing and sit on my bed. As I listened to that song I felt like crying but in a good way, I felt like Michael was singing directly to me. I felt like he was telling me you are a winner, you CAN do this but you must believe in yourself. It changed how I felt, I suddenly felt not so alone, I felt like someone out there knew what I was going through and that helped more then you can imagine. As I listened to that CD over and over I became more confident, I became more outspoken. I was suddenly raising my hand in class, I was voicing my opinion & I was answering questions and doing things I wouldn't have dared dream of doing before that song came out. I lost my stutter I gained confidence & I even got rid (thankfully!) of the Elmer Fudd R's . From then on I became the person I am now, the unshy, outspoken not be run over by anybody person :) but that is by far not the last time Michael made an impact in my life. As I had said earlier I would get to my mom and my relationship further down. I'm not going to air my "dirty laundry" so to speak but I have to say something in order to get my point across here. in saying that my mom is a cold person, whether she means to be or not, she is crass, spiteful and hurtful & we have never ever gotten along. My parents divorced when i was 11 and after that because of custody issues I could only see my dad on weekends. Being alone with my mom was hell on earth for me. Constant fighting, constant bickering, her constantly telling me i wasn't good enough no matter what I did. I'm smart I was a straight A student I thought that would please her but when I'd get an A- on a test she'd say well why didn't you get an A+....etc etc I think you get my point now so I will stop there. Michael helped me yet again when I found out about him and his father again I felt a kindred spirit in Michael. My mother never beat me thankfully but in all other ways she reminded me of Michael's relationship with his dad. Again it felt good and comforting although I cried for Michael, that someone somewhere knew my pain. Knew what I was going through. I again knew I wasn't alone. This has also helped me in recent years because though I don't know if they mended their relationship completely it seemed like Michael & his dad overcame their differences to a point & became closer as a father and son. I have hopes now in my adulthood that one day and hopefully one day soon I can mend the bridges between me and my mom. I would love nothing more. In a speech Michael gave I think it was the oxford one, he mentioned something about parents, about how if they don't know how to show love that one thing the child can do is being loving and caring and hopefully by example the parent will come to see and learn. I have used his knowledge yet again in my adult years and am trying to use his wisdom to help with me and my mother I hope one day it will work, my good friend @angelzaroundus has given me hope also in this situation and I wanted to take a brief moment to thank her for her time and her compassion. Now I could go on and on through each stage of my life and how Michael helped because in EVERY stage he seemed to be there but I will only say one more time specifically. When I was 15 my father died. and I felt like it was the end of the world. I was distraught I was heartbroken & I was angry so angry for myself and so angry for him because I thought he had been screwed out of a good 20 yrs he should have had left. I listened to Michael Jackson every day esp the song "You Are Not Alone" and little bit by little bit the pain started to subside (it will never go away but..) I stopped being angry at the world, I started to feel like I didn't want anyone else to go through the pain I did so I started helping others more and more (before my dad died I helped out in food drives etc but not as much as i did after) everytime I saw someone smile at me it made me feel like I eased their pain I eased their worry and it made me feel like I still had a purpose, to be loving and compassonate, to care and to give these are all things Michael taught me all the things I learned from listening to his songs, & listening to his words I don't think I would be who i am now or have the compassion I do for things and people I do if it weren't for Michael. His words had such wisdom made such sense. Why hate, why be cruel, why judge others? we are all god's children, we are all brothers and sisters and it's time we started loving each other. Michael taught me that. Michael inspired me to help, Michael inspired me in almost everything I do. People sometimes say they see a light around me or that I brighten their day just by a visit and I think that is again Michael's influence. I know that everyone in the MJ Fam agrees Michael was someone special he was an angel on earth. I really hope he realized how many lives he touched and how many lives are forever different because of him. I don't know if he knew that in life but i'm sure he knows it now :) The one thing I do want to say also before I end this is, just recently Michael has yet again helped me through another thing in my life. There were some songs like Streetwalker etc that I had not heard until right after his death. One of those songs is called "On The Line" at this point in my life & what i'm going through when I heard that song again I cried, again I said Michael HOW did you know because that song word for word could have been written for me. & in me hearing the song it has given me hope again. It has helped me to do one thing I've always needed to do and that's let go of the past. I thank all of you who read this for reading it, for listening to my story, for letting me share how Michael changed my life. & I wanted to say in closing, Michael Jackson I love you more, I hope now you know exactly how you changed the world, how you changed my life. I'm so glad to have "known" you, I'm so glad to have been born while you were here. I feel blessed for that. I feel blessed to have had you in my life. Thank you for being my teacher, my inspiration, my love & my friend when I felt I had no one else. I love you Michael

    March 17, 2010

    Respect is not given, it's earned.

    On Monday I was on twitter and @Mjjnews posted an article about the $250 million that Michael's estate and Sony did, I read the article and I've to admit that I was a little scared about the deal, and the first thought that came to my mind was ''I can't believe they did this deal and with sony'', as everybody knows sony was the company that tried to sabotage Michael's album Invincible and promote it with just one single, and we all know that Invincible has more than just one good song. Anyway, sudenly I started to read in twitter that @MissChivious called @Mjjnews a lier because she didn't put the facts right, and the only thing she did was posted the article so all her followers could read it and give their opinion. As I continue reading their posts, there were anothe twitter accounts that came up supporting some @Mjjnews and others to @MissChivious, wich is okay because everybody has their own opinion, but I felt that no one was respecting each other and that hurt, because they get to the point of calling haters to each other, and I couldn't believe what I was reading. I know there are haters out there, and there will always be, but you're not a hater because you have a different opinion. I couldn't believe they were fighting each other without showing a little, just a little respect. Since I was a little kid I listened to Michael speaking, he always talked about respecting each other and respect other people opinion, even if you don't agree, I grew up with those words, believing those words and folowing his example, now I'm 22 and I continue believing those words as the first day I heard him. Noone can judge a person because they think diferent, everyone has the right to have their own opinion and all of us have to respect that opinion. We all want the same, Justice for Michael, and I personaly think that fighting each other and calling each other liers is not the right way to ask for justice. We're all Michael's fans, so we're all part of the same family. And yes, families will always have different ways of see things and different opinion but they're always together, supporting each other and they always showing respect for each member. So I'm asking all of you, Michael's fans, as a part of our big, strong and beautiful family, let's stop fighting and show our opinions with respect and let's learn to respect other people's opinion. As Michael said ''respect is not given, it's earned'', and I think that every person in Michael's fan family, have wont respect. So stop the fighting each other and let´s fight to get justice to our king and to heal our world, I think that's the best way to honor him.

    March 16, 2010

    You Don't Know What You've Got Til It's Gone... SONY!

    Music Company Signs $250 Million Album Deal With Jackson Estate

    Read more on Wall Street Journal today:

    Sony Places Big Bet on a Fallen 'King'

    All I can say is that Janet's song lyrics come to my mind reading this...

    Do you all remember his fight for getting his stuff promoted? INVINCIBLE was actually dropped from being promoted at all after one single:

    Please also re-read Christopher Hamilton's great article from January of 2006 in that respect:

    "Is It Because He's Black? What They Don't Want to know about Michael Jackson"

    March 14, 2010

    Happy Birthday Quincy Jones a.k.a. Q!

    Happy 77th birthday Mr. Quincy Jones!!!

    You're a true legend of music and it's gonna take a lifetime to dig into you lifetime achievements for music...

    I will always remember you as being "Q" for Michael that you called "Smelly"... Thank you for everything you have done for and with him.

    Never will I forget reading your words in Newsweek magazine shortly after Michael's passing:

    "I've lost my little brother today, and part of my soul has gone with him."

    They still make me cry...

    But today let's celebrate your life and happier times you shared with Michael:

    All the best to you Quincy Jones!!! I love you!

    March 13, 2010

    Destiny ~

    This past week, there was a global outpouring of support for Michael Jackson, his family and all those who love him.

    Michael deserves justice, as any human being does. In addition, Michael was ordained for a purpose higher than his critics and naysayers can bear to comprehend.

    On Michael’s birthday in August, I had the pleasure of attending a retrospective, by a doctoral student, one that discussed how the Jacksons album “Destiny” was prophetic, in terms of Michael’s life and his eventual passing. If you have not listened, its highly recommended. Songs of special note include “Destiny,” “Push Me Away, ““The Things I do for You.”

    The graduate student’s presentation was impressive. He returned to a local college recently during Black History Month festivities. Now, space is very hard to find for these kinds of presentations, especially on short notice. A place was secured on February 25, 2010, 8 months to the day of Michael’s passing.

    If you observe the cover of “Destiny,” there are visual representations of this. Look at the letter Y. Its in the 7th position. The same "pecking order" (rather than birth order, as my friend @doublebeee wisely reminded me). The Y props up the long and heavy T, which imitates a cross to bear. In the picture, Michael is positioned closest to the letter Y. The red in the photograph, the rough waters represent his torment; however, the water also represents a cleansing of all of this once he reaches his Destiny.

    We want justice for Michael and seeking it serves his higher purpose.

    We commit to fighting until Michael’s VISION is recognized… a healed world… full of love and compassion.

    Herta Mueller and Ai Weiwei - make a change.

    Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and his fight for the "Lost Children" was introduced on this blog earlier here: Remembering the Lost Children in the fatal earthquake of Sichuan 2008

    On Thursday he and Nobel prize winner Herta Mueller (Romanian-German) were discussing politics and their background growing up / living in a totalitarian system and telling the audience about their personal experience and what they their motivation is for resistance.

    The event was part of "Lit.Cologne" a large annual literature event with readings and events all over the city of Cologne, Germany.

    The discussion reflects so much of Michael's message and I can see a reflection in the constitution of our blog team here -> Romania, China, Germany.

    It shows how much impact artists have in their constant fight for their message of changing the world for the better or of "making that change" as Michael would say.

    No matter what the background or the kind of Art may be it helps to raise people's awareness and hope. And strongly but surely a change is gonna come. The political dimension of Art that has a meaning is very strong. I am glad there are people like Herta and Ai out there and noticed all over the world.

    We learned so much from Michael, let's learn from them as well!

    Here's a more detailed article about the event:

    Chinese artist and Nobel laureate share views on totalitarianism
    (click to open)

    I especially loved this part:

    "Asked if there could be any hope at all, he assured his listeners he lived in daily hope that new technologies, especially the Internet, would change the situation and bring democracy to China.

    Herta Mueller saw Romania’s brutal regime fall. Ai Weiwei hopes he too will see China's one-party system fall."

    We have to speak out for it in the name of Michael, the children, the world.

    WE ARE THE WORLD!!!!!!


    Addition March 14:

    The L.O.V.E. blog team would like to thank Ai Weiwei for retweeting the link to this post on his Twitter account.

    March 12, 2010

    Unity of the MJ fam in the fight for Justice for MJ!

    The fan made event on Twitter today and the ENORMOUS response to it to be able to make "#Justice4MJ" a #1 worldwide trending topic and stay on trending topics for almost 24hrs was another impressive sign for me to see the global power of Michael Jackson and his LOVE message!

    Twitter being the most powerful medium of today and the fastest one we have shown the world that we understood Michael's message and are using it in his support. A peaceful, loving and ongoing fight for the truth, for his children, his blood family and his fan family... Loud and proud!!!

    I would like to thank every single one of you that contributed to the event on Twitter or else shows their support in the continuous fight for the truth.

    I am so proud to be a part of it! "You're just another part of me"!

    Almost 10 months after Michael's passing the MJ Fam "stands together as one" and shows that "there is nothing that can't be done if we raise our voice as one"!!!

    I really believe all this global power is really "making that change" in so many ways and we will "let the truth unfurl"!

    One L.O.V.E.!

    They've got to hear it from me,
    They've got to hear it from you,
    They've got to hear it from US!

    We can't take it
    We've already had enough

    Deep in my soul baby

    March 11, 2010

    Michael Jackson In His Own Words

    Today, for the MJ quotes I'm going to use some lyrics from some of Michael's songs :)

    Nation To Nation All The World Must Come Together
    Face The Problems
    That We See
    Then Maybe Somehow We Can Work It Out
    I Asked My Neighbor
    For A Favor
    She Said Later
    What Has Come Of All The People
    Have We Lost Love Of What It's About
    - Jam

    We're Sendin' Out
    A Major Love
    And This Is Our Message To You
    The Planets Are Linin' Up
    We're Bringin' Brighter Days
    They're All In Line Waitin' For You
    Can't You See . . .?
    You're Just Another Part Of Me . .
    - Another Part of Me

    Don't waste your time on the past, no, no
    It's time you look to the future
    It's all right there if you ask
    This time if you try much harder
    You'll be the best that could can be
    - On The Line

    Tell me what has become of my rights
    Am I invisible because you ignore me?
    Your proclamation promised me free liberty, now
    I'm tired of bein' the victim of shame
    They're throwing me in a class with a bad name
    I can't believe this is the land from which I came
    - They Don't Care About Us

    How many victims must there be
    Slaughtered in vain across the land
    And how many struggles must there be
    Before we choose to live the prophet's plan
    - HIStory

    Nothing's real, but all is possible if God is on my side
    When I'm with you I am in the light where I cannot be found
    It's as though I am standing in the place called Hallowed Ground
    - Speechless

    I close my eyes
    Just to try and see you smile one more time
    But it’s been so long now all I do is cry
    Can’t we find some love to take this away
    Cause the pain gets stronger every day
    - Don't Walk Away

    You Got School Teachers
    Who Don't Wanna Teach
    You Got Grown People
    Who Can't Write Or Read
    You Got Strange Diseases
    Ah But There's No Cure
    You Got Many Doctors
    That Aren't So Sure
    - Why You Wanna Trip On Me

    Just because you read it in a magazine
    Or see it on the TV screen
    Don't make it factual
    Though everybody wants to read all about it
    Just because you read it in a magazine
    Or see it on the TV screen Don't make it factual, actual
    - Tabloid Junkie

    March 9, 2010

    RIP Notorious BIG!!!

    Today we especially remember Christopher George Latore Wallace aka The Notorious BIG aka Biggie Smalls (May 21, 1972 – March 9, 1997).

    On March 9, 1997, Wallace was killed by an unknown assailant in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles, age 24.

    REST IN PEACE BIGGIE!!! You are missed...

    Recognizing his incredible talent Michael Jackson worked with BIG on two of his songs.

    "This Time Around" from the HIStory album in 1995:

    "Unbreakable" from the Invincible album in 2001 as a post-humous tribute:

    In 1995 Notorious BIG presented the MTV award for "Best Dance" video "Scream" to Michael and Janet Jackson:

    Superbowl speech, January 31, 1993

    "Today we stand together all around the world, joined in a common purpose - to remake the planet t a heaven of joy, and understanding, and goodness.
    no one should have to suffer, especially our children.
    This time we must succeed."
    Michael Jackson

    We would like to express our love and support to the people of Turkey.
    Our prayers are with you .
    The blog team .

    It´s all for L.O.V.E: The Last Tear

    Inspiring poem from Michael Jackson´s book "Dancing the Dream".

    The Last Tear <- click here

    March 5, 2010

    This Is It - The Final Curtain Call

    Today on March 5th, 2009 Michael Jackson announced his "This Is It" concert series scheduled for the O2 Arene at a highly anticipated press conference in London.

    "This Is It. This is really it. This is the final... this is the final curtain call."

    Those words are piercing through our souls.

    Everything has changed since then.

    "I love you. I really do. You have to know that. I love you so much. Really. You have to know that."

    Yes, we do Michael. I hope you know we do love you more.

    Now until infinity. See you then Mike.

    March 4, 2010

    Michael Jackson In His Own Words

    The Courage to be honest and intimate opens the way to self-discovery. It offers what we all want, the promise of love.

    When I hear somebody sigh, "Life is Hard" I am always tempted to ask "compared to what?'

    Everything living has a rhythm. To feel each one, softly and attentively, brings out it's music

    But I do have a claim to having experienced more places and cultures than most people will ever see. Human knowledge consists not only of libraries of parchment and ink - it is also comprised of the volumes of knowledge that are written on the human heart, chiselled on the human soul, and engraved on the human psyche-Oxford speech 2001

    If you enter this world knowing you are loved and you leave this world knowing the same, then everything that happens in between can he dealt with. A professor may degrade you, but you will not feel degraded, a boss may crush you, but you will not be crushed, a corporate gladiator might vanquish you, but you will still triumph. How could any of them truly prevail in pulling you down? For you know that you are an object worthy of love. The rest is just packaging. -Oxford speech 2001

    My dancing just comes about spontaneously Some things I've done for years until people have marked them as my style but it's all spontaneous reactions. People have named certain dances after me, like the spin I do, but I can't even remember how I started the spin-it just came about

    I was a veteran, before I was a teenager.

    I wake up from dreams and go “Wow, put this down on paper.” The whole thing is strange. You hear the words, everything is right there in front of your face.

    It's a complete lie, why do people buy these papers? Its not the truth i'm here to say, You know, don't judge a person, do not pass judgement, unless you have talked to them one on one. I don't care what the story is, do not judge them because it is a lie

    They did it to try and belittle me, to try and take away my pride. But I went through the whole system with them. and at the end, I wanted to public to know that I was ok, even though I was hurting

    March 1, 2010

    Michael Jackson - Think Different

    This amazing tribute video was made by youtube user RobLives4Love and deserves our attention.

    The audio is from the "Think Different" ads from Apple in the late 90s. It fits more than perfectly to Michael Jackson. The writer is unknown, but rumored to be Steve Jobs himself. Speaker is Richard Dreyfuss.

    Here's the transcript:

    Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently.

    They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo.

    You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them.

    About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them.

    Because they change things. They push the human race forward.

    And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.

    Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.

    Video contents:

    Royal Brunei performance
    Beat It
    Remember The Time
    Billie Jean
    Leave Me Alone
    Billie Jean (Motown 25)
    Smooth Criminal