Why reggae megastar Bob Marley remains relevant, 35 years after his death in 1981.
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In less than 10 sentences, Bob Marley nails it with this powerful quote.
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They call it Gypsybilly. I call it awesome.
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Jonathan Stack’s scary—but funny—experience with being nearly arrested in Guinea leads to a revelation.
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Bob Marley’s lessons for men on freedom, responsibility, and living are greater and more profound than simply telling our boys to ‘man up,’ says Geoffrey Philp.
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I’ve been writing my thoughts down in list form because I realize we’re all busy people. I’m sober and listening to Bob Marley while I type.