“Is this love that I’m feelin’?” – Bob Marley, Is This Love
Familiar melodies drifted through the palms at 56 Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica, two weeks ago on February 6, 2013, as a peaceful group of people gathered at the Bob Marley Museum, formerly the home of Rastafari reggae songwriter and international symbol of peace, Robert Nesta Marley.
Coming together to celebrate Bob Marley’s 68th Earthstrong, the deep respect and gratitude the people of Jamaica, and the world, have for Bob Marley was felt in the positive vibration of the people attending.
His family gathered with famous musicians and Rastafari brethren for inspiring messages and a cake cutting ceremony, while drum ceremonies led by Rastafari priests and elders sang the heartbeat of our Legend.
If there was one word to express Bob’s 68th Earthstrong, it was UNITY. This message continues to serve as a timeless reminder of why 1Love came to be. Our mission is to do good in honor of Bob Marley’s vision of a better tomorrow for Youth, Planet and Peace.
We extend heartfelt thanks to Jamaican photographer Kevron R. Turner (Cinematography de Turner) who beautifully captured the love and joy of this memorable day for 1Love. Kevron’s father and grandfather are photographers, making him a third generation photographer in his family. Hailing from Kingston, Kevron’s photos stay true to his ethos “Classic. Artistic. Timeless.”
Happy 68th Earthstrong Bob Marley, We Love You!
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