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Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss

Michael Jackson: A piece of the puzzle.

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“There are no extra pieces in the universe. Everyone is here because he or she has a place to fill, and every piece must fit itself into the big jigsaw puzzle.” ~ Deepak Chopra
Here follows today’s jigsaw puzzle, created by me for you. Something to work on and play with as you might wonder about life and death, forgiveness, compassion, love and song.
Michael Jackson – A piece of the puzzle.
by Janice Taylor
Health & Wellness Coach
Weight Loss Artist/Author …
… and – A piece of the puzzle.
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  • http://the-artistic-life.blogspot.com/ Annapurna Moffatt

    The links to the puzzle don’t work.

  • Lisa

    Hi Janice-This is a beautiful puzzle in memory of an amazing singer…are you going to do a puzzle in memory of Farrah Fawcett?
    L&L-Lisa

  • Lee

    I am worried because some people are saying that he went to hell. I certainly hope that this is not the case. I feel that he was a tortured individual, who, like many geniouses of the past (ref. Mozart, Beethoven, Hemingway, Dickenson, etc.) was extremely capable in his area of skill and talent, but sorely unprepared for dealing with the monumental situation of the kind of life that comes from such fame. For everything, there is a price. His fans may have loved him, but others do not. He was a highly controversial character, but I truly hope that now, he is at peace, safe, and free from a world that gave him two extremes of reaction. The love, I am sure, will be the one that lasts.

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