The day we learned, Micheal Jackson died at age 50.
Fifty years ago we were the world where he took his first breathe.
We were the world that gave him a young success.
We were the world that progressed his success to the growth of an icon.
We named him the king of pop.
We were a world that he dearly loved.
We were the ones that he always came back too.
And we were the world that gave him the worst of his life journeys.
Despite the greatest of times he gave of us light, made us cry, made us feel important, and made us groove, we were the world that tore it apart.
We were the world that judged, made a judgment based off of opposition and not on a truthful determination.
We were the world that continued to let our judgment over rule a truth or an appreciation of what we all received from him.
And in our world is where today he took his last breathe.
Finally, No matter whether you progressed the day with grievance or gratitude you couldn’t help but stop for one moment to remember the times you heard the music that progressed your own life.
Whether you delivered your memories good or bad you couldn’t help but stop and ask if you could have made it easier for him to live in our hearts.
Today the world came together for one voice and for one man.
We are a world that should look back and learn, learn from the harsh reality he lived.
We were the world that started a legacy and we are the world that should continue it.
He has made a wish, a wish for all to come together as one big worldwide family.
Beside our beliefs, we should all take the worlds hand and say no more to a life of judgment, selfishness, and tragedy.
On a time as we are to change with a new era, we shall remember our change starts with us and with each of us comes the direction of a new beginning.
May his light shine over our earth and direct us into the direction of a new beginning he worked his entire life to accomplish.
May his memory stay in our hearts forever and forever over again, when he wrote it and sung it, it really was the message that should’ve directed us into a better life; because we are the world.
In memory of a legend and music icon, Michael Jackson.
Written By: Chris Antie