In Michael Jackson's song, Heal The World, he sings/talks about the inhumanity to his fellow man (God) is the one he is most proud he created. This song he wrote is a soothing, beautiful and inspirational song to keep the Earth healthy, kind-hearted and danger free. It is the ninth single in the album Dangerous released in 1993. This songs atmosphere is very relaxing while there is the strumming of an acoustic guitar and peaceful harmony in Michael's Voice.
The ninth track "Heal the World" was Michael Jackson's second song about nature and the way Earth is taking every thing for granted. In this song, he talks about the children who are starving, lonely and poor, which turns Michael into a man of God and his Lord and Savior. These lyrics contain the lines, "And the dreams we were conceived in will reveal a joyful face/And the world we once believed in will Shine again in grace.../Then why do we keep strangling life, wound this Earth, Crucify it's soul?/ Though it is plain to see, this world is heavenly, Be God's Glow..." These lyrics contain transcendental quality that shares a similarity with the importance of nature and the way Earth should be treated to earn a better view. Jackson's experiences with his songs are known to be Christian, and about people should treat other people and the way the environment and continent should be treated.
Like the Emerson quote says, Michael is able to compare himself to others around him. Michael sings about his people, African Americans, who are economically poor and have no food, no parents, no shelter. Michael who was once black, puts himself in the position of kids like him who were poorly treated, hardly fed, had no money and couldn't go to school. Michael's view on poor families, African American to Mexican to Italian to even Americans is very strong as he motivates people to make a change once in a while and think about what struggles those poor families go through; whether it's dying of hunger, diseases, thirst, people should be treated as we are as we take it for granted.