Jackson Yee CS

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  • Always Forever on July 24, 2012
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    This book entitled Always Forever has several vital points that the public must pick it up and read for it. The theme - love in the real story. Mikee was destined to meet AD. AD has been a healing angel up until now. Akashic Records told AD to be the one showing the path to Mikee. Their love began upon meeting each other in the Mr.Gay event. The story revolves around how AD has fallen in love with Mikee, until Mikee was sick, and post Mikee's death. I was startled by the part where AD has actually sensed some omen before the unfortunate happened. The tattoo behind his back has just reminded how AD really wanted Mikee. Their love was not painted with the homophobic scenario of which it was an usual scene in everywhere around the world. Having after read the whole book, I thought it was a fiction, but it was not. The love that lasts forever, despite meeting up in a short period of time, has brought them to another level of spiritual levitation. It wasn't a typical dramatic gay relationship. At first I would have thought the gay relationship would never be ended up without a fantastic, fanciful gay sexual pleasures portrayed. But it was not even a single hint of such display throughout the book. In fact, it was later, that I found out why the typical gay love must be unjustifiably connected to those fantasies. It was not every gay man's relationship. Instead, his story has brought the Mendoza family close to AD. You could hardly tell that they were in fact a gay couple after all the normalization of stereotypes. The Phillipino family has been a good role of models to which all family members who are connected to LGBT could learn from. It was the hope that gives AD another perspective of life. And it has taught us lesson that we must not give up on small little things in life, cherish those little things like Mikee has done, give life to those who have saddened, sick, depressed. I pray Mikee has a good time in heaven.
  • Always Forever on July 25, 2012

    This book entitled Always Forever has several vital points that the public must pick it up and read for it. The theme - love in the real story. Mikee was destined to meet AD. AD has been a healing angel up until now. Akashic Records told AD to be the one showing the path to Mikee. Their love began upon meeting each other in the Mr.Gay event. The story revolves around how AD has fallen in love with Mikee, until Mikee was sick, and post Mikee's death. I was startled by the part where AD has actually sensed some omen before the unfortunate happened. The tattoo behind his back has just reminded how AD really wanted Mikee. Their love was not painted with the homophobic scenario of which it was an usual scene in everywhere around the world. Having after read the whole book, I thought it was a fiction, but it was not. The love that lasts forever, despite meeting up in a short period of time, has brought them to another level of spiritual levitation. It wasn't a typical dramatic gay relationship. At first I would have thought the gay relationship would never be ended up without a fantastic, fanciful gay sexual pleasures portrayed. But it was not even a single hint of such display throughout the book. In fact, it was later, that I found out why the typical gay love must be unjustifiably connected to those fantasies. It was not every gay man's relationship. Instead, his story has brought the Mendoza family close to AD. You could hardly tell that they were in fact a gay couple after all the normalization of stereotypes. The Phillipino family has been a good role of models to which all family members who are connected to LGBT could learn from. It was the hope that gives AD another perspective of life. And it has taught us lesson that we must not give up on small little things in life, cherish those little things like Mikee has done, give life to those who have saddened, sick, depressed. I pray Mikee has a good time in heaven.