Jarad Anthony "Juice Wrld" Higgins
December 2, 1998 - December 8, 2019
Why is it that when one moves on to their highest spiritual destiny people are so focused on HOW they died rather than celebrating their life and spirit? To be honest, I only listened to Juice via the radio but I know how much of an impact he has had on the music industry as well as on those that listened to his music. "Lucid Dreams" will forever be a hit to me. The way it captivates and causes raw emotion to be felt simply via sound wavelengths is amazing. Young, yet he was full of soul, sadness, and raw talent that was cherished within his community.
I am an avid reader of many things and that also includes blogs as well as social media and I would see young people sending him messages about how he saved their lives and how grateful they are for his music; while he was still alive. How him making it out of Chicago and becoming this big star has given them hope and aspirations that they too can do the same. To that I say.... That is what we are here for. We are here to help one another through our journeys by using the gift that only WE can provide because the Universe designed it that way. Juice Wrld did just that and more for not only himself but for his people that needed what only he could provide for them.
I tend to say often that, "many will not see your vision because that journey is not for them, BUT it does provide a great example that they too can accomplish their dreams."
One fan wrote on Twitter:
So to this young man's spirit I say THANK YOU and I LOVE YOU. I know what it's like to grow up in Chicago and how tough it can be to hone in on your craft and gift when you are born into chaos. But I also trust all transitions and ascensions and when your spirit has done it's work the gift of the Almighty Divine is the greatest freedom one can experience. This physical plane is not the end... Trust the ASCENSION.
Rest Peacefully Juice Wrld