In the latest reports surrounding Michael Jackson’s death on June 25th 2009, it has been revealed that Jacko left a number of notes for himself up until the day he died.
The nature of the notes were self-motivational and positive. Many focused on his ‘wishes for the world’. Most were reportedly found in his bathroom and were aimed at helping him to mentally prepare for his upcoming ‘This Is It’ concerts at London’s O2 Arena. The notes included:
"I am so grateful that I am a magnet for miracles."
"Love, no violence ever! Remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow."
Friends of Michael Jackson believe this shows a positive outlook right up until his death. One explained: "I think this reveals how positive Michael was until the last. He was such a sweet natured man who saw the good in everyone. The note about a beautiful future is especially sad as it shows he was looking forward to a successful, happy life."
It is reported that Jacko also used notes to remind himself to perform his 1985 charity single 'We Are the World' - which he recorded with Lionel Ritchie - during his 50 concerts in London.
Friends also believe the prescription drugs Michael was on, obviously affected his memory.