reviewer68:

Wesley Snipes, who co-starred in the Bad video, speaking about what it was like to hang out with Michael Jackson.

"Mike had a consciousness that could blow your mind."  Yeah, and people forget that.  He was more than a gorgeous man.  He was a human being who really cared about others and loved learning.  We need to emulate that.  That’s his legacy.

(via mjsheartisstillbeating)

"My childhood was completely taken away from me. There was no Christmas, there were no birthdays, it was not a normal childhood, nor the normal pleasures of childhood - those were exchanged for hard work, struggle, and pain , and eventually material and professional success. But as an awful price, I cannot re-create that part of my life. Nor would I change any part of my life. However, today, when I create my music, I feel like an instrument of nature. I wonder what delight nature must feel when we open our hearts and express our God-given talents. The sound of approval rolls across the universe, and the whole world abounds in magic. Wonder fills our hearts, for what we have glimpsed, for an instant, the playfulness of life.

And that’s why I love children and learn so much from being around them. I realize that many of our world’s problems today - from the inner city crime, to large scale wars and terrorism, and our overcrowded prisons - are a result of the fact that children have had their childhood stolen from them. The magic, the wonder, the mystery, and the innocence of a child’s heart, are the seeds of creativity that will heal the world. I really believe that.

What, what we need to learn, what we need to learn from children isn’t childish. Being with them connects us to the deeper wisdom of life which is ever present, and only asks to be lived. They know the solutions that lie waiting to be recognized within our own hearts. Today, I would like to thank all the children of the world, including the sick and deprived … I am so sensitive to your pain.”

Michael Jackson’s 1993 Grammy’s speech

(via mjsheartisstillbeating)

spraypaintninkpens:

coilygirlstar:

screengeniuz:

bronzekat:

olitzme:

nikkisshadetree:

lucystarr777:

sweet-lady1823:

youknowladiesloveant:

Why!! Lmfaaaao #repost @cai_n_jazz

"Ya moan ya"

Education is imperative. SMFH!

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I can’t. I refuse. babycakesbriauna you seen this illiterate shit??



….. *blinking*  this cant be real smh

"Ya moan ya"!!!!!!!!!!!
I am die.

Can’t Lmao

😄😒

spraypaintninkpens:

coilygirlstar:

screengeniuz:

bronzekat:

olitzme:

nikkisshadetree:

lucystarr777:

sweet-lady1823:

youknowladiesloveant:

Why!! Lmfaaaao #repost @cai_n_jazz

"Ya moan ya"

Education is imperative. SMFH!

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I can’t. I refuse. babycakesbriauna you seen this illiterate shit??

….. *blinking*  this cant be real smh

"Ya moan ya"!!!!!!!!!!!

I am die.

Can’t Lmao

😄😒

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bicken-back-bein-bool:

I understand that Lupita is a very beautiful woman and she’s reppin dark skin to the fullest, but a Black woman winning awards for a slave role is not groundbreaking. Neither is her being put on the front of a magazine. Please do not let them think they’re changing anything by focusing on one dark skinned woman. We still need more versatile representation.