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Re: “Bob Marley's 70th Birthday Celebration

Robert Nesta Marley
(A Divine Diplomat)
By: Moses Abiola

On this day 70 years ago, a child was born in the island of Jamaica; and that child later lived in rarity, but emerged as the richest man in the world (by determination of intellectual wisdom), to the extent that he becomes a synonym for optimism for his generation. And, in furtherance of his message of peace and global unity, Mr. Marley preaches Love, and broadly emphasizes social tolerance as a requirement for everlasting peace, while underlining his discontent for global scarcity.

In deliverance of his Order to humanity, Mr. Marley further recognizes societal sacrifices made (generally) by women in a complimentary work titled “No! Woman! NO CRY”. And for anyone who feels socially uninspired, he cheered them with a principle of self-motivation in another work titled “Lively Up Yourself”. Mr. Marley declares his discontent to corporate greed in a title called “Small Axe”; and in a composition titled “Exodus”, he noted the socio-global influence of African American in relative to Pan-Africanism campaign of the 1970s.

Mr. Marley’s demand good governing from nations that already existed; and even help inspire liberation of the nation of Zimbabwe, while raising global awareness on the need for inclusion of diversity in general capitalism, stretching the importance to the world economic leaders, in a line-item pleading such as “Have pity on those whose chances [of survival] grows t[h]inner”. The legacies of his work become very relevant nowadays because of the perils of bitterness which is now bearing heavily upon humanity due to our lack of adherence to his principle for geo-socio tolerance.

He was a force for Peace with intensity of a billion men. Mr. Marley, along with his disciples (the Wailers) are divine Diplomats with a collective vision and mindset that inspires my generation to do our very best. Mr. Marley’s would have become 70 years old today if he was alive. His work endures, and his legacy lives on.

By: Moses Abiola

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Posted by Moses Abiola on 02/06/2015 at 7:37 PM

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