Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
The author feels a need to remind the world it is not possible so much glory could ever die. The human beings so especially talented are like the stars, that when they disappear, their light shines in the universe for centuries. With this work the author tries to homage the “king of pop” and remind his fans around the world the words of Cuban poet Jose Marti, who said: “Death is not true, when it is accomplished the work of life”. As we know, in Michael Jackson the work of life –his karma- was accomplished; because he gave much more love than he received and he cheered much more the world than humanity cheered him, even though from a few, he received back too much envy, jalousie and misunderstanding...
It is better to fill with candor fantasy our lives than go by without believe in hope after death. Never will be happy he who doesn’t prepare during life, because for a mind well prepared, death is nothing more than the start of a new adventure. The adventure that the hero of this work, during the eternal instant of his death develops; which is not only fruit of the imagination of the author and that mysterious inspiration, but, in fact, the pillar that supports the heavy weight of the illusion of a better life after death...
Monday, March 22, 2010
This story takes place during eternity of a few moments, just after the “King of pop” abandons our dimension. To the eyes of author, the vanishing of this artist is nothing more than a gentle farewell, a see you soon, a void to fill in short notice; the necessary incubation of a talent and the triumphal come back of star.
Here the author develops a moving, fantastic plot, which works as a springboard to keep the light shining and continue nurturing our souls until the end of time.