Blog dedicated to The King of Pop
In the end, the most important thing is to be true to yourself and those you love and work hard. I mean, work like there’s no tomorrow. Train. Strive. I mean, really train and cultivate your talent to the highest degree. Be the best at what you do. Get to know more about your field than anybody alive. Use the tools of your trade, if it’s books or a floor to dance on or a body of water to swim in. Whatever it is, it’s yours.

Michael Jackson, Moonwalk (via moanwalker)
1 week ago 107 notes via moanwalker

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Thanks for the tag, okay so I am going to answer these questions. Idk what happened lol I’m awful at technology… all the numbers are 1. now??

  1. 1 good memory?

Hanging out with my new friends today at work, they are so intelligent and interesting!

  1. 1 bad memory?

leaving my friend alone at the cross walk… i feel so bad about this

  1. Last song you listened to?

    MJ- Carousel
  1. Friends you’ve met on tumblr?

tbh I’m not active enough on tumblr to make friends

  1. favorite MJ song?

Too many….every time I hear a song I’m like ‘Oh, this is my fave!’

  1. favorite era?


  1. what do you do in your free time?

geocache, read, go on adventures, hang out with friends

  1. favorite movie?

 i dunno

  1. What career do you want?

something environmental

Just a heads up, this isn’t my main blog so if I follow you, you won’t see this blog (Jackson-Attraction) following you.

3 weeks ago

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his smile just makes me smile…

idk why but i love these somewhat candid photos

sick pic


"That boy moves in a very exceptional way. That’s the greatest dancer of the century."

"I didn’t want to leave this world without knowing who my descendant was. Thank you, Michael."

- Fred Astaire on Michael Jackson


I’m trying to imitate Jesus in the fact that he said to be like children, to love children, to be as pure as children and to make yourself as innocent and to see the world through eyes of wonderment and the whole magical quality of it all.” (Michael Jackson in Oprah Winfrey Interview, 1993).


Take me to Neverland