heal the world?


The King of Pop has died, you’ve all heard his music, you’ve all heard of his death. The only reason I’m writing this is because I find it worth mentioning that there are still people out there that are still alive, but in real need of our attention.

I’m not saying that he wasn’t a great artist and entertainer, he was brilliant.

But with that said, let’s move on? To Iran for example, Burma?


  1. Couldn`t agree more…comments like the world is not going to be the same again on facebook are just killing me…honestly drop the exaggeration! Too bad U stoped blogging, i liked reading about all the adventours =)

  2. Yesterday I met for the first time somebody from Afganisthan in my very own city. He was homeless. Most times you don’t need to go far at all to make a difference in the world. There’s people just around you that need you too. At least myself I am called to make a difference in my very own city.
    Regarding Michael Jackson, It was 2 a.m. here when my mother told me about it, just 3 hours after his very death. Never I felt the loss of an artist so much. I was 5 when Michael Jackson scared the shit out of me with his super zombies music video “Thriller”.
    I don’t know if you can consider it a tribute to him or rather pretty sad that now that he’s dead he seems to be getting more fans than before. People in social networks are just joining like crazy Michael Jackon’s fan groups.

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