In 1992 Michael started a charity called, ‘Heal the World Foundation’, inspired by the song he wrote. The purpose of the charity was to provide medicine to children, fight world hunger, homelessness, child exploitation and abuse. While the Dangerous World Tour was happening in 1992, Michael based the tour around his Heal the World Foundation and all proceeds made from the tours went to this charity.
The death of Michael Jackson was a travesty, not only for music industry, but more importantly, for humanity. The man preached love and understanding and I am sure he is looking down on us now, praying with all his heart that Kim Jong-un will not carry out his threats.
The world is full of good people, I truly believe that. Michael is gone, but others live on, sing on, preach peace through songs that lift us up and fill us with love for our fellow humankind. It’s a wonderful world we live in, despite the bad people who share it with us.
I have had a Facebook account since 2008 and just love to keep up with what my friends are doing. Isn’t it wonderful to know you can have friends all over the world and can always keep in touch with them? I have gained many wonderful friends in America over the years and I always feel close to them, thanks to my Facebook account.
I have friends in Australia, who once lived in Sweden and yet despite the miles between us, we can still keep in touch. I have never been to Australia, although the comments my friends over there leave and the photos they share, gives me the feeling of being just down the road from them. I find that to be absolutely amazing.
Most of my friends had Facebook before I did. I told them I didn’t need it, wouldn’t need it and wasn’t prepared to join some pointless, online social network. I was still curious though. I thought it over a while and didn’t really need an awful lot of persuasion to make a go of it. Rosie accepted my friend request and gradually others became friends with me too.
Bye for now … until part six… enjoy your weekend!
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