Wednesday, June 26, 2013

In Memory of the King of Pop - You Are not Alone

Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, passed away four years ago, and the untimely death led the world to an unexpected sadness. His fans or not, mourned for this great singer, dancer and philanthropist. The world shouldn’t ignore MJ for all he had done to heal the world.

First known as the youngest singer in Jackson 5, Michael had carried on his music carrier for nearly 45 years, and he left the world with famous “Thriller”, “Billy Jean” and “Dangerous”. The songs are gifts from him, and make all the listeners lost themselves. The undone “This Is It” concert should have been a big surprise to the whole world; however, it is left unfinished and the gives world a great pity.

When Paris said these words in public, “Ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine. And I just wanted to say I love him so much”, we got to know how much MJ loved his children. Fortunately, they all grow healthy and happy except the loss of their father. MJ’s sister, La Toya, shared her memories of the King of Pop, “I remember being a little girl and how hard you worked the brothers. And Michael, I know you did a lot making sure they brought out their talent…they would never know they had that talent today if it wasn’t for you.” MJ was a generous singer, because he not only gave the beautiful songs to the world, but also donated for the people in need. He had donated over $300,000,000 during his lifetime, and he always cared about the people who needed help.

On this fourth anniversary, hundreds of MJ’s fans gathered together at the Great Mausleum, MJ’s final resting place, to recall their memories of the King of Pop. Even though MJ has been away from us for four years, the loves from the fans never fade away, and many fans also transferred MJ’s songs to their iPhones as ringtones. On the other hand, the lawsuit filed by Jackson’s family is still on the go. Jackson’s mother and three children accuses that the AEG Live should be responsible for hiring Dr. Murray, the man who is now serving time in jail for involuntary manslaughter. And Jackson’s eldest son, Prince, is expected to testify on Wednesday, for the lawsuit filed by his family against the AEG Live.

Even four years later after MJ’s death, people still talk about this King of Pop and the legend he had made. Michael Jackson once said, “I will never stop helping and loving people the way Jesus said to.” During his lifetime, he tried his best to do that, so Michael Jackson should be respected, for all the marvelous work he had done.