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More reflections on ‘Searching For Neverland’

i made the above video, documenting my initial feelings around the creation of this docu-drama based on teacher Michael’s life.  While my feelings have not changed (i still refuse to see it), after i made the video i began to … Continue reading

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michael, peace will come, no matter what: a reflection (no. 10)

i was just listening to ‘heal the world’, and tears started rolling down my eyes.  these days, generally i am okay emotionally; i have taken steps to care for myself, get enough rest, eat better, drink more water, get plenty … Continue reading

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michael, peace will come, no matter what: a reflection (no. 9)

the thing about ‘blogging’ for me is that something has to present itself where there is an intense need to ‘blog’ about it.  a lot has been on my mind lately, and it’s not always easy to envision it in … Continue reading

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michael, peace will come, no matter what: a reflection (no. 7)

it’s hard for me to even say these two words right now…  whitney houston. she has transcended. i have to say, this hurt me almost as much as learning about the news of your transcendence.  what hurt me more than … Continue reading

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michael, peace will come, no matter what: a reflection (no. 5)

i’m making this quick today… the other day as i was cleaning my room, i began listening to many of your albums…  despite doing this blog and engaging you as my teacher, i don’t always think about the brilliance of … Continue reading

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michael, peace will come, no matter what: a reflection (no. 2)

sometimes in a moment of insomnia (believe me, i know how that feels) i have a moment of inspiration…  i like to stay up and create during the hours everyone else rests. there have been several things eating me up, … Continue reading

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michael, may you now be at peace: a reflection (no. 105)

i’m sure you know by now.  murray got sentenced to four years. i really don’t know what to say, that i haven’t already said. frankly, i’m tired of re-living 25 june 2009.  or i should say, i’m tired of people … Continue reading

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