The Enigma of Michael Jackson


It’s been a year since the world was shocked and saddened by the tragic death of a true superstar: Michael Jackson. A brilliant performer, he was also a man in deep pain. Driven by his father, Michael had been on stage since the age of five; by ten he was a national sensation, which left little time to be a child. The public adored him, but his achievements did little to bolster the development of a sense of self-worth. He turned to drugs to dull the pain rather than using his vast resources to set about exploring his inner truth. To read more about Michael’s dilemma and how it could have turned out differently, read my latest blog

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