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Wednesday; August 9

I realize that Bluegrass music might not be for everyone, but it has been a really good diversion for me over the last few weeks.  Fed up with a lot of the stuff on the radio recently (and bored by the same old hits of days-gone-by on the oldies stations) I started listening to Bluegrass and I have to admit that I am enjoying it a lot more than I expected.  After all, the sound of a banjo just has to make you smile! The other day I was listening to a song by the Gibson Brothers called “Remember Who You Are” which is a new song inspired by an age-old situation.  In the song, as the youngster is going off to make his mark in the world, his parent reminds him to be true to His values and “remember who you are”.  I have always enjoyed this admonition and believe that it can help youngsters successfully find their way through the maze of life.  Yet, while this adage is wonderful, I think there is another one that takes this to a higher level – Remember Whose You Are!  It is important to be …