The Living Values Education organisation, which is headed by author Sharon Parris-Chambers, is calling on Jamaicans to live the message of One Love - acceptance, universal brotherhood, forgiveness, and respect - as a way to celebrate the birthday of reggae icon Bob Marley. "Jamaica has given birth to one love, a message of unconditional love and acceptance for all," said Parris-Chambers, Jamaica's national coordinator for Living Values Education. "It has been spread throughout the world through the music and vibrations of reggae, a spiritual music that uplifts and empowers." According to Parris-Chambers, the time has come for Jamaicans to understand and fully embrace the healing message, which was an integral part of Marley's music, whose birthday falls on February 6. "This is a healing message for our time," said Parris-Chambers, "just as it was when Bob Marley embraced it and lived it during his lifetime, through his philosophy and music."