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“Chronic Illness back again…” #Benchstories #Naturesacred

Posted on 03/10/17

Today’s Bench Story comes from the journal in the Open Spaces Sacred Places at A Nature Place, Legacy Emanual Medical Center in Portland, Oregon. #Benchstories are collected from the journals found in all TKF Foundation Open Spaces Sacred Places. 

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  1. Bel, quando cheguei de Londres e peguei um taxi na estação percebi que existe um rodízio de taxistas que não são credenciados. Passam na frente da estação e o auxiliar vai parando e colocando os passageiros dentro. Eu conhecia o trajeto até o hotel e expliquei ao motorista que, mesmo assim, tentou encompridar o caminho. Pedi para parar e voltei a pé até o hotel. Estava sozinha e, como fiquei nervosa, falava stop, stop here please rsrsrs Só quando paguei a corrida, percebi e, comecei a dar risada.

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