Monthly Archives: June 2015

Happy ReBirth Day in Heaven, Michael Joseph Jackson


“On Thursday, June 25, 2009, a day that will be forever remembered in the hearts of many, Michael Jackson died. His mission on Planet Earth was complete and it was time for him to go Home. As deeply saddened as I was that Michael was ‘gone,’ I felt a profound sense of peace knowing that he was finally free from the anguish and pain that had overshadowed so much of his life, and I felt grateful for all the light and love he had brought to our planet. The world had just lost one of its most beautiful angels.”

–Lisa Brisse, Chapter 19, Michael Jackson: The Man in Our Mirror, A Reflection of Our Collective Soul

All of yesterday, June 25th, I was seeing the posts about Michael and instead of feeling the urgency to write something, I allowed myself just to BE; no need to write until I felt the moment. Last night before bed, I decided to read Chapter 19 of my book…  “June 25th, 2009: Mission Completed–Michael Comes Home”. The above quote was the last paragraph.  Yes, it reminded me of the mixture of emotions…  being terribly sad by the “loss” of Michael’s physical […]

By |June 26th, 2015|Musings from Lisa|0 Comments

We May Not Agree But At Least Be Kind


With the recent news of Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner as well as some personal experiences I have had within the MJ fan community lately, the message that keeps coming to me is: Let’s be kind to each other.

Yep, just be kind.

I am certain Michael would most wholeheartedly agree.

Being kind to our fellow human beings seems like it should be an unspoken understanding, not an idea that needs to be stated or enforced, rather because it just makes sense to the heart. But why is it so difficult? What are we so afraid of? Why does it seem that being loving, kind and respectful to another is such a challenge? And then wonder why war continues to reign on our planet and on varying levels?

Being kind to someone doesn’t mean you have to agree with their views, their perspectives, or live their way of life. With nearly 7 billion people on the planet, there is no way that all of us are ever going to agree about how we view the world, but that still doesn’t mean we can’t be kind, loving, and respectful to one another.

I have been disheartened at the comments, the ignorance, […]

By |June 5th, 2015|Musings from Lisa|0 Comments