This is a beautiful thought (and I mean that in all seriousness).I think we owe it to ourselves to show compassion to everyone,
2 problems as victim of trauma that often comes up:
1) is we are so often just working flat out learning compassion for ourselves - compassion for others, even monsters, sometimes comes too easily, because (for some of us) it is merely a way to replay core beliefs ("I'm the real monster here").
2) compassion doesn't mean listening to someone's music. It doesn't mean forgiveness. And where victims are still living, the expression of compassion ought not invalidate their suffering.
Just thoughts, because I agree with the sentiment, but more as a lofty goal, rather than something I'm doing if I play my old MJ records. When I do that? The reality for me is thinking of his victims is too painful.
But then, for me? Playing MJ's music is now too painful for me (with you on that @somerandomguy - I can't unhear the stories of those victims now that I've heard them, and it's way too personal).