I´ve forgiven my father. Michael Jackson´s speech at Oxford University, 2001.


  by Helena on vindicatemj.wordpress.com



You can´t judge a person by what people tell you. The best way to get to know someone is to meet people personally — this is when fine people shine most. And Michael Jackson´s speech at Oxford University is a way to meet the man and see what he was really like.

After all Michael went through I expected to see a battered guy full of misery and hatred but saw a strong and tough man, full of love and forgiveness. So he wasn´t indulging in self-pity but was thinking on how to help others and working on the way to forgive his tyrant of a father? Amazing…

Instead of seeing a great dancer and singer only I suddenly saw a deep thinker and a genuinely religious man for whom the presence of God in life was surely not a mere word. So his faith was so deep-rooted and so comprehensive that it turned into a backbone with him rarely found even in the men of cloth? Unbelievable…

A man with so much wisdom and understanding in his heart that it overwhelmed and left you speechless to say the least? A true soulmate you always wanted to meet in life and never did? What an incredible surprise it was to finally find him in no other but Michael Jackson, the entertainer…

OXFORD UNIVERSITY SPEECH by MICHAEL JACKSON, March 2001:

Thank you dear friends, from the bottom of my heart, for such a loving and spirited welcome, and thank you, Mr.President, for your kind invitation to me which I am so honored to accept…



Love, ladies and gentlemen, LOVE is the human family´s most precious legacy, its richest bequest, its golden inheritance. And it is a treasure that is handed down from one generation to the other…



They say that parenting is like dancing. You take one step, your child takes another. I have discovered that getting parents to re—dedicate themselves to their children is only half the story. The other half is preparing the children to re—accept the parents…



…Is it any wonder that he found it difficult to expose his feelings? Is it any mystery that he hardened his heart, that he raised the emotional ramparts? And most of all, is it any wonder why he pushed his sons so hard to succeed as performers?…



Thank you Helena for your generosity sharing your investigation!