Been hearing and seeing a lot about Michael Jackson these days… Charged again with child molestation, I see him as being completely innocent. He is one of the rare people who actually exude love as they speak, untainted by the corruption of society. He seems to genuinely care about children and because of this, is willing to place himself at risk by allowing them to stay over at Neverland. Having been previously charged, one would expect him to realise that he is leaving himself extremely vulnerable by not changing his actions. An idealist myself, I do not agree that people should change their actions to conform with what society believes. True, teachers and other professionals all have codes of conduct to follow to protect themselves, but he was not acting as someone in one of these categories. He was acting as an individual, free to invite anyone he pleases to his private residence, offering his warm hospitality and love to whomever would receive it. I admire how he has the strength and enough faith in his dream to live the way he believes is right. Given that there are so many broken families, it does not surprise me that many children look for comfort and solace away from home. Should we condemn someone who is strong enough to give them what he can? Inevitably, I think he will be convicted because society’s stance against him is too strong… People highly disagree with his actions. Interestingly enough, most of the people I’ve spoken to think that he is innocent… So then what crime is he guilty of? As children we were taught to follow our hearts. Should this be only when doing so is in conformity with what society deems fit? Society would remain a stagnant cesspool if this were the case. K, that’s my rant for the day. GO MJ GO!