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High-Vibes Tributes to illuminares who have transitioned (RIP)

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High-Vibes Tributes to illuminares who have transitioned (RIP)

A place to give a tribute to any person who is no longer with us--to celebrate someone's life who touched you and/or the world.

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Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2011

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Comment by Marcella on September 16, 2009 at 4:42pm
I appreciate the wonderful movies Patrick Swayaze made ,my favorite was Dirty Dancing,Ghost was good too and many others includind his newest "The Beast".He was a very good dancer,he will be missed.
Comment by Jamie Lee Sample on September 14, 2009 at 12:35pm
i would like to send my appreciation to some most of you will have never heard of his Name was Jo tan
he was a flim maker was was told he would never live to his 30`s dispite this he did more in his short life than a lot of people will do who live till there 90
Comment by Anamaria on September 5, 2009 at 5:50am
This is a beautiful group idea. Thank you for creating it!

Sending my appreciation to the incredible Michael Jackson, his work will live on forever, he has gifted us with his beautiful music creating entertaining and positive experiences. He will always be a great inspiration and example to follow for all his outstanding work, for making the absolute best of himself. Rest in peace.
Comment by JR on June 29, 2009 at 10:39pm
A belated tribute to Christopher Reeves who lived an extraordinary before and after his crippling accident. Albeit, he is synonymous with superman, a fictional character, he inspires me and many other to live a super life. In this abundant universe, our human being anatomy is more akin to super beings with the unlimited arsenals of the universe, versus non-powerful, regular joes in baren universe.
-jr
Comment by JR on June 29, 2009 at 10:30pm
I didn't know that Michael Jackson meant much to me. I am 32 years old and grew up on some of his music, but I didn't follow his career and music throughout my adult life. So why does his passing impact me in such an unusual incommunicable way?
My haunch. I feel the connection I feel to Michael Jackson is more on a cosmic level. His energy and evolution must have been extremely high, so much so that his interconnectedness to me and others was shifted as he transfer(ed) to the other side.
My additional haunch is perhaps all we beings are required to leave/create our mark--(or interconnectedness / connection with human beings)-- in the cosmos while we are human beings.

Hence the profound effect that you and I now experience by Michael Jackson's passing is a reminder that we each are intrinsically great and required to live out in our greatness.
May I go out from tonight and onward and positively effect the cosmos along with my fellow human beings. Maya Angelou often says, good done anywhere is good done everywhere.
-JR
 

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