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ARCHIVED DAILY MESSAGES
FROM DR. STANDLEY
FEBRUARY 2013

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Audio'Siyo or Osiyo [Hello in Cherokee]

Read the last Daily Message titled, It's A Mad World

This morning's Musical DLG ™  (Download from God ™ ) called, "Blue on Black" by Kenny Wayne Shepherd is one of my all time favorite songs. This song was actually the top rock song of 1998 by Billboard. I know, I say that about several songs but this song really is one of my favorites, which I consider one of my musical totem's. I believe these Musical DLGs ™  that I receive every morning on waking are meant for me to dive deeper because of the manner in which they have been delivered. Some people wake up to a dream, I don't, I wake up to a song that is audible only to me as if it were coming from a radio.

In this song the singer is lamenting over a relationship gone wrong and the shear heartbreak that he is experiencing. There is not only regret in this song, there is disappointment and grief. Even through his obvious remorse, the singer knows that he cannot change the past and some things just aren't worth the rehash. What is so cool about this song is that the writer uses so much comparative phrasing to reveal his point. In other words, the more of one thing, even more of the other thing. Blue is dark but black is even darker. A push is a force but a shove is even more force. A whisper is vocal but a scream is even more vocal. Cold is a low temperature but ice is even a lower temperature. Get the idea? A match is hot but fire is even hotter. Tears are water but a river is even more water. Each is alike but one is more of the other. When taken to a much deeper level of applicable study it serves as a stark reminder, that what is done, is done, and what simply is . . is.

I find this to be an incredibly comforting song in knowing that some things in Life really are pointless and not worth the rehash as they go without saying and that's just the way it is. Not everything needs to be challenged, debated or argued. To me, this is a song of acceptance. Blue on Black.

BLUE ON BLACK
by Kenny Wayne Shepherd

The lyrics are below the video

Nite falls, and I'm alone
Skin, yeah chilled me to the bone
You, turned and you ran,
Oh yeah,
Oh slipped, right from my hand

Hey
Blue on black
Tears on a river
Push on a shove
It don't mean much
Joker on jack
Match on a fire
Cold on ice
A dead man's touch
Whisper on a scream
Doesn't change a thing
Don't bring you back
Blue on black
Oh yeah, blue on black

Blind, oh, now I see
Truth, lies, and in between
Wrong, can't be undone
Oh slipped, from the tip of
Your tongue

Hey
Blue on black
Tears on a river
Push on a shove
It don't mean much
Joker on jack
Match on a fire
Cold on ice
A dead man's touch
Whisper on a scream
Doesn't change a thing
Don't bring you back
Blue on black
Oh yeah, blue on black

Blue on black
Tears on a river
Push on a shove
It don't mean much
Joker on jack
Match on a fire
Cold on ice
A dead man's touch
Whisper on a scream
Doesn't change a thing
Don't bring you back
Blue on black
Oh yeah, blue on black

Hey
Blue on black
Tears on a river
Push on a shove
It don't mean much
Joker on jack
Match on a fire
Cold on ice
A dead man's touch
Whisper on a scream
Doesn't change a thing
Don't bring you back
Blue on black
Oh yeah, blue on black

AudioDenadagohvyu ['Until we meet again' in Cherokee]

"Now get out there, go place yourself UP!
and practice being you."
-- Dr. Loretta Standley

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Audio'Siyo or Osiyo [Hello in Cherokee]

Read the last Daily Message titled, It's Not the Destination, It's The Journey . . Or Is It?

This morning's Musical DLG ™  (Download from God ™ ) called, "Mad World" was originally written and sung in 1982 by British pop band 'Tears for Fears' and then the song had a resurgence in 2001 when it was on the 'Donnie Darko' movie soundtrack sung by Gary Jules. For me personally, this song has NEVER been sung better than when Adam Lambert sang it in the American Idol Finale in 2009. He sung it one other time during the season in one of his stage performances but then also sang it in the Finale. In fact, I don't think there has ever been a better American Idol performance since that time, but that's just me. I tried to locate the Finale performance where he wore a long dark coat but the only one I could find was him just standing there in the dark coat with the soundtrack of the performance. Bummer!

When the song woke me up this morning I didn't hear Tears for Fears or Gary Jules, it was Adam Lambert's voice. Everytime I hear him sing this song it just rips my heart open because I get such a spiritual rush from the song. This song not only reminds me how mad (angry) the general population is these days, it reminds me how mad (crazy) the general population is these days. Children are not being taught manners, adults have lost their manners and patience and kindness is a thing of the past. It's maddening (disheartening) watching the lack of humanity. The madness (anger and craziness) is simply out of control. We see populations of people who cannot handle their appetite. We see populations of people who cannot handle their money. We see populations of people who cannot handle their Love. Why in the world would we think that we would see populations of people who could handle their guns. It's crazy (mad)! What saddens me the most in this song is when he sings . . . "I went to school and I was very nervous, No one knew me, No one knew me, Hello teacher tell me whats my lesson, Look right through me, Look right through me." My mind doesn't picture a lonely child being bullied at school singing this song, my mind pictures God singing this song and no one welcoming Him in school anymore. Folks, that's just me, that's what I get out of it. I hope this song touches you deeply enough that in your own piece of the world, it moves you enough to have the guts and the desire to stop your own madness, whatever that looks like for you.

MAD WORLD
by Tears for Fears
Sung by Adam Lambert in the video below

The lyrics are below the video

All around me are familiar faces
Worn out places
Worn out faces

Bright and early for their daily races
Going nowhere
Going nowhere

And their tears are filling up their glasses
No expression
No expression

Hide my head I want to drown my sorrow
No tomorrow
No tomorrow

And I find it kind of funny
I find it kind of sad
The dreams in which Im dying
Are the best Ive ever had
I find it hard to tell you
I find it hard to take
When people run in circles
Its a very very
Mad world
Mad world

Children waiting for the day they feel Good
Happy birthday
Happy birthday

And I feel the way that every child should
Sit and listen
Sit and listen

I went to school and I was very nervous
No one knew Me
No one knew Me

Hello teacher tell Me whats My Lesson
Look right through Me
Look right through Me

And I find it kind of funny
I find it kind of sad
The dreams in which Im dying
Are the best Ive ever had
I find it hard to tell you
I find it hard to take
When people run in circles
Its a very very
Mad world
Mad world
Mad world
Mad world

AudioDenadagohvyu ['Until we meet again' in Cherokee]

"Now get out there, go place yourself UP!
and practice being you."
-- Dr. Loretta Standley

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