Rohan Marley Quotes

  1. At the University of Miami in the U.S., people thought I was there only because I was Bob Marley’s son. I had to prove myself on the football field and soon earned the respect of my peers.
  2. I was wild. My mother couldn’t control me.
  3. It’s always interesting to see how we’re able to, with craftsmanship… to bring these cool sustainable materials, cool metals, into the House of Marley and keeping that sustainable movement as well.
  4. You can’t be no philanthropist, no Warren Buffett, unless you make something first.
  5. I always dreamed of playing music with my father. But my voice is so scratchy, I only sing in the shower.
  6. My son, he understands being an athlete and being a student-athlete and how important it is that those two things go hand in hand.
  7. I just love Ottawa because I was able to develop a lot of things, my own character as a man.
  8. We want to bring life. We want to enhance life.
  9. P.C. Richard and Son has a wonderful heritage and is part of the great American storybook.
  10. I was always more of an athlete. I like to compete.
  11. I didn’t live the lifestyle of the rich and famous. My diapers were nappy cloth. I didn’t live in a big house.
  12. Much like my father instilled in us many of the values and traditions that my brothers and sisters and I still carry forward, P.C. Richard and Son is a family run business – now with four generations having worked toward providing customers with honesty, integrity and reliability. We are proud to be associated with such a beautiful family business.
  13. My father was not just a man, but a spirit dancer. You have to come with that vibration, and it is not something you can act.
  14. I’m Bob’s son. He’s my inspiration. What can I give back to the community?
  15. I can’t sing anything like my dad.
  16. I want to be the one to make a change, like when my father started his music. It’s about the message. Coffee is a vehicle to create change.
  17. Coffee connects us in so many ways – to each other, to our senses, and to the earth that supports the coffee trees.
  18. Our father was a farmer and an entrepreneur as well as a musician, and we’re pleased to deliver the fine taste of Jamaican coffee and our family’s heritage to people everywhere through Marley’s One Drop.
  19. There’s nothing wrong with being an innovator, but how do you innovate? Are you just destroying the place, or are you protecting the place?
  20. With the House of Marley, over the years we’ve been trying to establish ourselves not just as a brand but a lifestyle movement. So it’s been a challenge to get people to adapt to our new way of thinking. We’re all about sustainability, the natural life, the eco life.
  21. When you’re growing up in Jamaica and you don’t have much, and then you gain more and more… you can now share the more that you have with the people that have less because you know what less is like.
  22. I can’t stand losing.
  23. The U.K. was extremely important to my father and continues to be a place of tremendous goodwill for my family and I.
  24. My father had no fear. He wasn’t afraid of any man on earth.
  25. My nickname was Tarzan: I found my food in the jungle; I hunted birds.
  26. I know a lot of people respect my father. They listen to what he said. It makes me want to strive more and more to be the best I can.
  27. We started Marley Coffee from a farm perspective, and ever since, we’ve been doing things in a sustainable way and organically.
  28. We, as the Marley family, won’t be responsible for destroying the community.
  29. My goal is to continue to build Marley Coffee distribution and add our own stand-alone retail stores.
  30. Music is obviously a huge part of the Marley family identity. But that music is part of a larger idea – love.
  31. I fear nothing. I fly around and do things a guy 6-2 and 240 would not do. That gives me an edge.
  32. I think that business should be a reflection of who a person truly is.
  33. Best Western is a great partner for Marley Coffee, and we look forward to taking advantage of this opportunity.
  34. My father’s music was about revolution and changing the hearts and minds of people through love and the deliverance of everyone. We hope our brothers and sisters will follow our path and really start to consider ecology and utilizing material that benefits not only yourself but the people.
  35. I knew that if I could create a quality product and find the proper retail outlets, it would be a great company.
  36. I’m used to competition.
  37. My father was the first entrepreneur in the family. He started his own record label, his own restaurant. He knew that, in order to give something back to the people, he had to create.
  38. I truly love everything about India. I love the fact I can uplift my soul, energy to higher heights.
  39. My father has a movement that started before us. As his children, we are just the stewards to build on his foundation.
  40. Naturally healthy soil can sustain coffee crops for generations to come. All of this contributes to the quality of the bean.
  41. I was too aggressive. Too angry.
  42. When you’re the voice who represents our music and our family, it’s an amazing, and a huge, responsibility. I am able to not only be an ambassador for my own family but for everyone.
  43. I love being Bob Marley’s son because he’s a great man.
  44. Growing up Marley, we wanted anything we put our hands on to be beneficial to the environment and the community.
  45. I should not deal with things that aren’t founded on ethical principles, because that’s not who I am as a human being.
  46. I spent time living in Ethiopia, learning about the cultural importance of coffee and its roots in Ethiopia.
  47. What a great partnership: Marley Coffee and BikeCaffe, bringing organic coffee in an earth-friendly vehicle to our customers.
  48. From the very beginning at Marley Coffee, we have appreciated the importance of growing our beans sustainably.
  49. What is special about the House of Marley is that it’s my father’s vision that guides our production process.
  50. People expected me to be creative and true to myself. In that way, I follow my father’s footsteps.
  51. I was named Rohan from the great West Indian cricketer Rohan Kanhai.
  52. Everybody listens to Bob Marley. It gives you an inner feeling to keep pushing on. It’s an education on life. He helps me out every day. It gives me a deep-down feeling.
  53. My football career was so filled with energy and impactful, as a University of Miami player and the things I did in Canada, that I left a good mark. I left a good impression.
  54. I remember my grandmother drying wild coffee berries in the sun, then hulling and roasting them for her own cup of coffee each morning.
  55. What I do is provide a quality product with a quality taste, that’s sustainable, and present it with a proper price structure so when people see it on the shelves, they will want to try it.
  56. I played ball at Miami. The Rock was with us.
  57. I’m used to going out amongst giants and being the smallest linebacker.
  58. I didn’t know how to be a father.
  59. When you pick up a House of Marley product, it’s not just about the music; it’s also about how it’s created.
  60. I will be there for my kids.
  61. Tuff Gong is the name of our father’s enterprise, and we’re continuing his legacy.
  62. It speaks truth when you listen to Bob Marley.
  63. The benefits of organic coffee are significant, as chemical-free soil is good soil. This extends to healthy trees which result in good beans with greater antioxidants and less chemical residues.
  64. I don’t like losing. I don’t want to lose. I don’t want to be associated with losers.
  65. I’m a Rasta man, and I can’t have a piece of land that isn’t something I want to eat from.
  66. We grew up understanding how the analog sound is a driving force for music.
  67. I don’t fear death. If it happens, it was meant to happen.
  68. The idea of a memoir is to tell the truth. I know that often the truth hurts, but a lie hurts even more.
  69. I like hitting people. The best feeling is when you hit so hard, pow! You get a jarring headache.
  70. People know the Marley family for music.
  71. The beauty of the Stir It Up lies in its ecological balance. We’re bringing high quality, earth-friendly materials together with innovative design. The result is powerful sound and a stylish look for the new turntable.
  72. Competing is different than violence. Sport is love. It’s passion. There’s no passion in hurting people.
  73. To play my father, his struggles, and how he overcame it all would require you to bring tears to my eyes. It has to be one of his sons. And we’re not, none of us, in Hollywood.
  74. The House of Marley started with the concept of working together for a better world.
  75. I never accept losing – no way.
  76. Marley Coffee is dedicated to my father’s dream to return to the farmlands, to offer our family treasures to the world.
  77. The Marley name resonates all around the world.

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