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My love for you, is not in vain.
Watching you slip away;
Away from reason
and your inability
To use logic.
Our discussions, have become
One of remembrance
With reference to
Our two Sons,
That you now confuse
With each other.
Names of close friends
Are not there unless I say
To you, who they are.
You do remember
The granddaughter's name.
I am thankful for that
And helps me know,
That the one I love
Is still aware of her,
As she is her only joy.
I just hope that she
Will still remember me.
I don't know why,
I don't know how
But she no longer
Knows me now.

Don’t just dream about Side Hustle Doughnuts. Don’t just think you’ll visit someday. Set your alarm. Get yourself out of bed. And get yourself down to Georgetown. You won’t be disappointed. In my humble opinion, these are the best doughnuts in Seattle.

Tell me a story and tell it well,
for I hunger for words, I heard,
so many years ago. Words of terror,
words of praise. Telling stories of
the brave souls, who paved the way,
for all of us.
How they lived and how they died.
Even the failures that did reside,
within the walls, so dark.
Unable to keep the love, that grew,
when all the World, did know.
Yet, you kept on but not for long,
as the candle wick ran out of
tallow and fell into the shadow
of a moonless night, with only
Stars to guide your way.
You became impatient and said
of their last refrain.

My mind spews out this
meaningless prattle,
awaits the kind of life,
with no tomorrow,
that will end with abject sorrow.
What to do, oh what to do,
for in one's death
there will be no more you.

I hear sounds of dogs at bay,
as we lie on the meadow floor.
A forbidden adventure is in play
as I keep asking for more.
More of the love, that we had.
It was all very good.
There was nothing bad.
So, why have we parted this way?
Was it something I said,
that turned you away?
Please tell me; oh tell me so,
for my Soul is now hollow
with no place to go.

Sep 26 6:30 pm – 10/03/19 8:30 pm Verdant Community Wellness Center 4710 196th Street SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036 View A Map to This Event View This Event

El Poder del Perdon

Hay un dicho antiguo que dice que «cuando perdonas , liberas un prisionero, y ese prisionero eres tú». El perdón es definido como "dejar el resentimiento, perdonar el pago de una deuda, o el dejar de sentir resentimiento contra un ofensor". El perdonar un daño o una injusticia es una virtud activa que requiere una decisión consciente de partir con los sentimientos airados, hostiles, y amargos asociados con los daños que recibiste. Es un proceso de liberación emocional que puede ser difícil pero que sin embargo es esencial para tener bienestar espiritual, mental, y físico. 

La ira, la hostilidad, el resentimiento y la amargura están asociados con numerosas dolencias físicas y sicológicas, así como con longevidad mermada. A menudo las personas que no perdonan no solo hieren a los demás sino que se hieren a si mismas, sea física o sicológicamente. Las personas lastimadas lastiman a otras personas. Las personas implacables a menudo tienen dificultad en perdonarse a si mismos los daños que ellos mismos han cometido, y se encuentran llenos de rechazo, culpabilidad y vergüenza

 ¿Hay alguien que necesitas perdonar?

Acompananos en esta serie de DOS clases explorando los beneficios de perdonar.

Jueves 26 de Septiembre (parte #1) y el Jueves 3 de Octubre 2019 (parte# 2)

Hora: 6:30pm a 8:30pm

Lugar:  Verdant Community Wellness Center - 4710 196th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036

Costo: Gratis   y en español

Cupos: Limitados, inscripcion anticipada requerida. Por favor asegurese que esta disponible para participar en ambas clases

Guarderia GRATIS a los primeros 15 niños de 3-10 años 

¿Dónde puedo contactar al organizador si tengo alguna pregunta?

Email:  wellnesscenter@verdanthealth.org  or  call  425-582-8600

Set in one of the most popular Seattle attractions, the MatrixCare/Brightree VIP Experience will be unlike any other event at the NAHC Conference. The iconic Museum of Popular Culture (MoPOP) is the ideal backdrop for our annual experience – it features innovative design, creative exhibits, and state-of-the-art technology. Sound familiar? We think MoPOP is the perfect place to celebrate with you.

Tourists flock to the Emerald City just for the MoPOP experience – and you’ll have VIP access!

Sip cocktails and taste some of Wolfgang Puck's creative, seasonal cuisine, as you tour this creative mecca, with special access to captivating galleries, which include exhibits like “Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses,” “Wild Blue Angel: Hendrix Abroad,” “Prince from Minneapolis,” the Sound Lab and the Guitar Gallery.

Don’t miss what everyone will be talking about – the MatrixCare/Brightree experience at MoPOP.

What: Sips, Snacks & Sounds VIP Experience with MatrixCare/Brightree When: Monday, October 14th, 2019 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM Where: The Museum of Popular Culture, Seattle, Washington

Transportation will be provided.

Peggy's Cove Fishing Village

You may come for the famous lighthouse, but there’s lots more here to see - and to the sea. Waves exploding around ocean-swept rocks (don’t get too close!), wooden houses perched along the narrow inlet, the famous gingerbread at the Sou’Wester Restaurant, the arts & crafts stores scattered among the fishing shacks, and the homemade ice-cream at Dee Dee’s.
Catherine Rose Photography

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