You were there, and I'll never let you part

Video for Michael on his birthday 2011...

The song, "You Were There" where he sang it for Sammy Davis, Jr., also expresses my messages to him, that he were here with us, against the unfair life he had gone through..
and yet, he won the day because he had successfully surpassed it all..
That's not all, he had also open my heart for the better: "I'm here, because you were there.."

I added the clip of "Will You Be There" to let him know that
I'll never let him part of me, and that he will always in my heart, forever...


To Make My [His] Father Proud

The young kid who wanted to make his father proud, and his mother smile ♥

on 3:06 ~ his name, 'Michael' itself means 'who is like God'

To make my father proud
To make my mother smile
I need not conquer worlds or fame
Nor set the pace for style

If I can follow through
On what they gave me as my tools
I'll find a way to sail my course
Avoiding ships of fools

If I don't come up, number one
I'll stand not well apart
As one for numbered numbers
When knowing in my heart

I've done all to be done
To always do my best
By listening to me, myself
So he can do or else

For without compromise,
shall flower the fruit of constant care
In my eleventh hour,
I'll be a man when

To face whatever falls my way
Prepare that utter shame
To just be called a part of God
For which I have been named

A man and woman's youngest son
While growing, still a child
And that will make my father proud
And make my mother smile

I do not own all these clips, and all these clips are from the movie of "Motown on Showtime: Michael Jackson, the Legend Continues" (1988)


Africa: Michael Jackson and Nelson Mandela

I made this video Africa: Michael Jackson and Nelson Mandela,
the only thing that triggered me to make this video is knowing that Michael and Nelson Mandela has been a good friends for years,

and a good friends becomes a GREAT friends when they both are inspired by each other to do great things... "Great Friends inspire others to do Great Things."

Nelson Mandela has inspired Michael to write "What More Can I give"...
"In an earlier conversation I had this year with President Mandela," said Michael in 1999, "we discussed the concept of giving, and the words 'what more can I give' kept coming into my mind... we all have to do what we can, to help end the needless suffering in the world."

From Michael, Nelson Mandela found his strength...
MANDELA: MICHAEL JACKSON GIVES ME STRENGTH: King of Pop a Source of Inspiration, Former South African President Says
“When you are behind bars with no hope of release, you need to find strength wherever you can,” President Mandela said in an exclusive interview, “Personally, I found strength in Michael Jackson.” (2005)

The former South African president said that while imprisoned in the 1980’s, he drew emotional sustenance from following Michael Jackson’s recording career.

“It took great courage to leave the Jackson Five and go solo,” President Mandela said. “I thought to myself, if he had the courage to do that, I, too, must have the will to go on.”

Nelson Mandela's story has given Michael a lot of strength
Q: ....Because you go from being held so high and now your very character, your very integrity is under attack. How your handling it?
Michael: "I’m handling it by using other people in the past who have gone through this sort of thing. Mandela’s story is giving me a lot of strength, what he’s gone through..." (2005)

About them, from Michael's own words:
"He [Hitler] built that anger, so strong, while [Nelson] Mandela did the opposite. He became a lamb in prison. He had no bitterness, to this day saying even though he is eighty and his youth is gone—because he was in prison so long—he doesn't regret any of it."

"He [Nelson Mandela] is sweet, very childlike."
Q: Does he like to giggle?
"He [Nelson Mandela] loves children because when I went to see him I had some kids with me and people were saying the kids have to stay, but Michael Jackson can come. I said. "I'm sure Mr. Mandela wouldn't mind seeing children. I won't go in unless the children go too." I remember his representatives looked at me like this [makes stern and suspicious facial expression] and they went back and then they said, "Everybody come." The first thing Mandela did is run to the children and pick them up and hug them. I knew he was that kind of man and he loved them. He was talking to them and then he shook my hand. I knew I was right." ~ Michael Jackson ~

And, in September 4, 1999: Michael presented Nelson Mandela with a check for 1,000,000 South African rand for the “Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund.”

For Michael, Wherever You Are...

it was some days when I didn't feel Michael around,
I thought, perhaps I've been abandoned him for so long since I've been so busy with my study and everything.. and plus, my excitement was for the new movie of Winnie The Pooh (Yes, that's my favorite Disney's character, lol)

But, then I found this video of Winnie the Pooh:

and its lyrics really express my feelings of Michael...

"I need you to come here and find me
Cause without you Im totally lost
I`ve hung a wish on every star
It hasnt done much good so far
I can only dream of you
Wherever you are..."

So, I decided to make a video of Michael with this song:

"I used to believe in forever
but forever's to good to be true
I've hung a wish on every star,
it hasn't done much good so far...."

I represent myself as Katie [Moonwalker],
which at the end, she said: "THANK YOU, Michael, Good bye..."

"I don't know what else to do,
except to try to dream of you.
I wonder if you're dreaming too,
wherever you are..."