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One Love

5 years ago by

One Love

As a typical millennial, I fall into the category of a Netflix binge watcher.

And in doing so, I recently stumbled upon a gem of a documentary. If you haven’t seen Marley, you are seriously missing out. Yes, I may be late to the game (like really late – it came out in 2012), but it has completely changed my views of the Rastafarian culture and way of living. Bob Marley encompassed so much greatness and acceptance in his life and it’s reflected in his gift of music to the world. His views on life, women and our purpose on this earth were so profound and, I must say, changed the way I understand his music. It had me thinking about the way I live my life and also ways that I can change my habits, for the better, of course! A definite addition to your watch list this week!

Netflix has such a great selection of documentaries on legendary artists. My next one is on Nina Simone. What’s on your Netflix watch list?!

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