Now I know why MJ is respected. His dreams inspired the world. His spirit was so loving. He was extremely committed, passionate and creative towards everything he did. "This Is It" revealed the footage of the rehearsal in the final days of his life for the last 50 concerts around the world. Please go and watch the original movie in the cinema, pay a tribute to MJ for all the effort showered into this last concert of his life.
For many more info on his movie and some clips, click here.
His music will live on forever. And though I was not a big fan of MJ, I still love the lyrics of his songs because there was always a lot of love and value, especially this one..."Man in the Mirror".
I'm starting with the man in the mirror
I'm asking him to change his ways
And no message could have been any clearer
If you wanna make the world a better place
Take a look at yourself and then make a change
Right, always think back of what you have done instead of pointing to other people. Every changes begin from you. And I could still hear MJ's message clearly -- "Even when we know that the earth is sick, we always think that the government will take care of it, they know what to do. THEY "WHO"??? They?? We should do it, starting from ourselves. We!" So every move should start from ourselves, I totally agree. We are too used to pointing towards people instead of ourselves. Many people would say I DON'T GIVE A DAMN. So who's going to suffer since everybody doesn't give a damn. Move out to Mars. Same as everyday life, don't expect people to change, if everyone can start the change from ourselves, life will be much beautiful. Numerous time you can hear from the movie that he said "Let's try it again, that's the reason we have rehearsal. God bless you!" He wsn't angry at all when his crew made mistake or couldn't meet his expectations.
I was touched and I am really glad that I gave myself a meaningful 2 hours in the theather watching the King of Pop who inspired millions of souls in the world on this day - Halloween. It's my name's 27th birthday (I'm 26 but my mom n dad named me right after I was in her tummy) today. Watching some of the on site shooting of a few clips for his concert like "Thriller" and "Smooth Criminal" reminded me a lot about the 10 hours spent with our A* movie crew months back. Shooting a movie was hell difficult (we even went to the cemetery...) but it was a great experience. Tonight I did not join the Oktober Feste nor the Halloween Party. Just finished a can of 12.5% alc. Dutch beer while listening to MJ's songs and typing here.
Before 12am, I wish everyone a Happy HalloWEEN!~
(this was during our film shooting in Feb'09 for the annual dinner, little witch Hermione)