My personal story is one that many will not believe could actually have happened in this modern era; or even in this century!

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My
Personal Tale:
Reflections
on Persecution of the Talented, Sensitive,
and Unique; and Culture’s Sick and Contradictory Purposes
Part
One: Fathers, Sons, and Everyone Inherits a Laundry Room
by
SillyMickel Adzema
text + audio rendition created, produced, performed by
SillyMickel
Adzema
Prologue: 
Touched by Michael’s Story
For days I’ve
been pondering Michael
Jackson’s life and his tragic and unfair persecution for
basically
succeeding at what our religion and culture say are the aims
of
life.  (See my article titled, “.” In fact, it would be best to read that
article before this one, as then this story will come across
as more
like a case study in the kinds of cultural processes I
describe there.
And one will get a lot more out of this read.)

I’d written an article in 2004 defending him
during his persecution. I highlighted that article

after
he died in honor of his memory. Additionally, I published an
audio
clip of that article on

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www.primalspirit.com

I’d written an article in 2004 defending him during his persecution. I
highlighted that article on this site after he died in honor of his
memory. Additionally, I published an audio clip of that article on
Entertonement.com, which clip is a personal reading of my 2004 article. I
decided to do the reading for Michael and to do it with the flavor and
style, also the passion, I’d intended for the article originally.

This heartfelt, personal reading ended up including some updates and
comments, some personal asides of my own, and some unplanned eulogy-type
passages that came out of me, as I got caught up in remembering how
Michael had been scapegoated. As a result of this immersion in Michael, I
was inspired to write “Message from Michael,” in which I evaluated what
one should take from a life with such soaring highs and then a crashing
to Earth heard round the world.

All of this got me to thinking about culture’s double-fuck on us all:
First, in its brutally separating us from our source of life, guidance,
and inspiration and creating a blank slate at birth, which would
otherwise have been a map of life, with contact numbers directly to God
and technical assistance angels — a kind of Jacob’s Ladder for when the
going got rough; then, culture tells you to be an individual and aspire
to greatness and puts up examples of people who have done so and made a
difference for their society and the world; and then culture punishes
severely any one who is exceptional and shows it and/or strives to do
exactly as the cultural teachings were inspiring him or her to do.

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For
more:

My Pers. Tale:
Reflections..Persecution..Talented,
Sensitive, Unique; & Culture’s Sick & Contradictory Purposes

or



text&mp3…This is a very personal tale, raw with unabashed emotion,
yet comfortably humorous, often heart-warming,

or

My

personal story is 1 like many others U’ll C
URself in & yet 1 unlike any other – 1 many won’t believe possible

or


– audio,
mp3 “My Personal Tale” — “a life..openly & unashamedly shared, like
Michael Jackson’s, is a gift 2 all”

or

My

personal story is 1 many won’t believe cud
actually have happened in this modern era; or even in this century!

or


– mp3,
audio “My Personal Tale, inspired by Michael Jackson” – I am laughing as
I write this story – But it is true.

or

I’m

laughing ’cause at times I..can’t believe
it..my siblings, who lived..it w/me share feel that way at times 2!

or



text+mp3 “My Personal Tale” It’s rich in psychological drama..3
generations, 3 men, & the unconscious, unwanted but

or

But

unavoidable inheritances we receive, father to
son or mother to daughter, from one generation to the next —

or


-mp3 -the
unavoidable inheritances – strange mixture..scars — tended 2
correctly, may show themselves 2 B blessings.

SillyMickel

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