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"To my very loyal and dedicated fans throughout the world...your love, your caring, your endless support, provide nourishment to my soul and keep my spirit strong and unwavering... Together we will Heal The World." [MICHAEL JACKSON]
"The media write weird stuff about me all the time. The distortion of the truth bothers me. I usually don't read a lot of what is printed, although I often hear about it. I don't understand why they feel the need to make up things about me. I suppose If there's nothing scandalous to report, it's necessary to make things interesting. I take some small pride in thinking that I've come out pretty well, all things considered. A lot of children in the entertainment business ended up doing drugs and destroying themselves: Frankie Lymon, Bobbie Driscoll, any of a number of child stars. And I can understand their turning to drugs, considering the enormous stresses put upon them at a young age. It's a difficult life. Very few manage to maintain any sembalance of a normal childhood. I myself have never even tried drugs--no marijuana, no cocaine, nothing. I mean, I haven't even tried these things." [MICHAEL JACKSON]
"I've always wanted to be able to tell stories, stories that came from my soul. I'd like to sit by a fire and tell people stories-make them see pictures, make them cry and laugh, take them anywhere emotionally. I'd like to tell tales to move their souls and transform them. I've always wanted to be able to do that. I sometimes feel I could do it..." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I don't know what I could do besides sing but I'm not worried because I figure I've got the rest of my life to find out." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"What one wishes is to be touched by truth and to be able to interpret that truth so that one may use what one is feeling and experiencing, be it despair or joy, in a way that will add meaning to one's life and will hopefully touch others as well. This is art in its highest form. Those moments of enlightenment are what I continue to live for." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

 "Our children are the most beautiful, most sweet, most treasured of our creations. And yet, every minute at least 28 children die. Today our children are at risk of being killed by diseases and by the violence of war, guns, abuse and neglect. Children have few rights and no-one to speak for them. They have no voice in our world. God and nature has blessed me with a voice. Now I want to use it to help children speak for themselves. I have founded the Heal The World Foundation to be the voice of the voiceless: the children." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I would like to say this about the United Negro College Fund. An education opens a person's mind to the entire world, and there is nothing more important than to make sure everyone has the opportunity for an education. To want to learn, to have the capacity to learn and not to be able to is a tragedy. I am honoured to be a ssociated with an evening that says this will never happen." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I've always wanted to do great things and achieve many things, but for the first time in my entire career, I feel like I have accomplished something because I'm in 'The Gunness Book Of World Records.'" [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"If you want to make the world a better place take a look at yourself and then make the change. I am never totally satisfied. I always wish the world could be a better place. Hopefully, you know, that what I do with my music, brings happiness to people." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"...I've seen the very rich and the very poor, but I'm mainly interested in the poor... I want to appreciate what I have, and try to help others. When I go to other countries, I wish to see the 'poorer' parts. I want to see what it's really like to starve. I don't want to hear it, or read it. I want to see it. It's a whole different thing when you see it! All the things I've read in my school books about England and the Queen were okay, but my eyes are the greatest book in the world. When we [Jackson Five] did the Royal Command Performance, and then after it I actually looked into the Queen's eyes, It was the greatest thing! And it's the same with starvation, when you see it, you just receive a little more..." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I like all our [Jackson Five] fans, even the ones who keep calling me 'cute.' But I'm getting bigger every day so they'll have to call me something esle." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"When I get onstage, I don't know what happens. It feels so good, it's like it's the safest place in the world for me... I was raised on stage. Certain people were created for certain things, and I think our job is to entertain the world. I don't see no other things that I could be doing." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I love the whole world of dance, because dancing is really the emotions throught bodily movement. And however you feel, you just bring out the inner feeling through your mood. A lot of people don't think about the importance of it, but there's a whole psychological thing to just letting everythign loose. Dancing is important, like laughing, to back off tension. Escapism... it's great. I really believe that each person has a destiny from the day he's born, and certain people have a thing that they're meant to do. There's a reason why the Japanese are better at technology, and a reason why the Negro race are more into music - you go back to Africa and the tribes and the beatin gof the drums..." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"There's a certain sense that animals and children have that gives me a certain creative juice, a certain force that later on in adulthood is kind of lost because of the conditioning that happens in the world. A great poet said once. "When I see children, I see that God has not yet given up on man." An Indian poet from India said that, and his name is Tagore. The innocence of children represents to me the source of infinite creativity. That is the potential of every human being. But by the time you are an adult, you're conditioned; you're so conditioned by the things about you and it goes. Love. Children are loving, they don't gossip, they don't complain, they're just open-hearted. They're ready for you. They don't judge. They don't see things by way of color. They're very child-like. That's the problem with adults they lose that child-like quality. And that's the level of inspiration that's so needed and is so important for creating and writing songs and for a sculptor, a poet or a novelist. It's that same kind of innocence, that same level of consciousness, that you create from. And kids have it. I feel it right away from animals and children and nature. Of course. And when I'm on stage. I can't perform if I don't have that kind of ping pony with the crowd. You know the kind of cause and effect action, reaction. Because I play off of them. They're really feeding me and I'm just acting from their energy." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I love Elizabeth Taylor. I'm inspired by her bravery. She has been through so much and she is an survivor. That lady has been through a lot and she's walked out of it on two feet. I identify with her very strongly because of our experiences as child stars. When we first started talking on the phone, she told me she felt as if she had known me for years. I felt the same way." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"My favorite music is an eclectic mix. For example, I love classical music. I'm crazy about Debussy. Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and Clair de Lune. And Prokofiev. I could listen to Peter and the Wolf over and over and over again. Copland is one of my all-time favorite composers. You can recognize his distinctive brass sounds right away. Billy the Kid is fabulous. I listen to a lot of Tchaikovsky. The Nutcracker Suite is a favorite. I have a large collection of show tunes also --Irving Berlin, Johnny Mercer, Lerner and Loewe, Harold Arlen, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and the great Holland-Dozier-Holland. I really admire those guys." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I really believe that God chooses people to do certain things, the way Michelangelo or Leonardo da Vinci or Mozart or Muhammad Ali or Martin Luther King is chosen. And that is their mission to do that thing. And I think that I haven't scratched the surface yet of what my real purpose is for being here. I'm committed to my art. I believe that all art has as its ultimate goal the union between the material and the spiritual, the human and the divine. And I believe that is the very reason for the exis-tence of art and what I do. And I feel fortunate in being that instrument through which music flows.... Deep inside I feel that this world we live in is really a big, huge, monumental symphonic orchestra. I believe that in its primordial form all of creation is sound and that it's not just random sound, that it's music. You've heard the expression, mu-sic of the spheres? Well, that's a very literal phrase. In the Gospels, we read, "And the Lord God made man from the dust of the earth and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and man be-came a living soul." That breath of life to me is the music of life and it permeates every fiber of creation. In one of the pieces of the Dangerous album, I say: "Life songs of ages, throbbing in my blood, have danced the rhythm of the tide and flood." This is a very literal statement, because the same new miracle intervals and biological rhythms that sound out the architecture of my DNA also governs the movement of the stars. The same music governs the rhythm of the seasons, the pulse of our heartbeats, the migration of birds, the ebb and flow of ocean tides, the cycles of growth, evolution and dissolution. It's music, it's rhythm. And my goal in life is to give to the world what I was lucky to receive: the ecstasy of divine union through my music and my dance. It's like, my purpose, it's what I'm here for." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I think James Brown is a genius you know when he's with the Famous Flames, unbelievable. I used to watch him on television and I used to get angry at the camera-man because whenever he would really start to dance they would be on a close-up so I couldn't see his feet. I'd shout "show him show him.", so I could watch and learn." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I believe in perfection, and I try to create that in everything we do. We never seem to totally get there, but I believe in perfect execution. And when we don't get at least 99.9%, I get really upset, so, that gets me upset." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I have been influenced by, uh, pretty much by cultural music from all over the world. I have studied personally all kinds of music, you know, from Africa to India, to Chinese, Japanese, music is music and it is all beautiful. So, I am influenced by all of those different cultures." [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I love what I do and I would love people to love what I do and to be loved. I just simply want to be loved wherever I go, all over the world, because I love people of all races, from my heart with true affection. [MICHAEL JACKSON]

"I believe in doing better work. Just like the old saying, 'You don't get older, you get better." [MICHAEL JACKSON]