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ARCHIVED DAILY MESSAGES
FROM DR. STANDLEY
MARCH 2011

Audio'Siyo or Osiyo [Hello in Cherokee]

How would you like to hear Bluegrass the minute you wake up in the morning? It may be all in my head but it's as real as any music coming out of a box plugged into a wall. Now that sounds strange when you really think about it. Like clockwork, every single day, my Musical DLG ™  (Musical Download from God ™ ) wakes me up without fail and this morning was "Rocky Top" by the Osborne Brothers. Now folks, that's some super jam first thing in the morning and could be a bit too much energy if you aren't me . . but since I am me and I can handle it . . God gives it to me fast, furious and full-throttle. What humor He has!

As I laid there with my eyes closed 'getting the get' of this Musical DLG ™  I thought about the 'A' word. Right away I knew 'the get' was the word appreciation. There is probably nothing on the planet that rubs me the wrong way more than a lack of appreciation. It's a mighty full word when you really sit and think about it. So I did. There is value in appreciation. There is understanding in appreciation. There is comprehension in appreciation. There is measure in appreciation and most of all, there is gratitude in appreciation. Some of us really don't appreciate that. Since I do enjoy my own thoughts, I worked without sound around me today and thought about it all day long. You see, Rocky Top is about the longing for a more simpler Life and the lament of a chaotic Life. Stretched further, it's not only what we do to ourselves, but what we do to others. And why? Why in the world would we make things harder than they need to be? We all do it . . I do it, you do it, we all do it and for what? I appreciated this question mark all day long, now it's your turn.

ROCKY TOP
by The Osbourne Brothers
(The lyrics are below the video)

Wish that I was on old Rocky Top
Down in the Tennessee hills
Ain't no smoggy smoke on Rocky Top
Ain't no telephone bills

Once I had a girl on Rocky Top
Half bear the other half cat
Wild as a mink but sweet as soda pop
I still dream about that

Rocky Top you'll always be
Home sweet home to me
Good ole Rocky Top, Rocky Top, Tennessee
Rocky Top, Tennessee

Once two strangers climbed old Rocky Top
Looking for a moonshine still
Strangers ain't come down from Rocky Top
Reckon they never will

Corn won't grow at all on Rocky Top
Dirt's too rocky by far
That's why all the folks on Rocky Top
Get their corn from a jar

Rocky Top you'll always be
Home sweet home to me
Good ole Rocky Top, Rocky Top, Tennessee
Rocky Top, Tennessee

--- Instrumental ---

I've had years of cramped up city life
Trapped like a duck in a pen
All I know is it's a pity life
Can't be simple again

Rocky Top you'll always be
Home sweet home to me
Good ole Rocky Top, Rocky Top, Tennessee
Rocky Top, Tennessee

Rocky Top, Tennessee

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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