“There are some people who have the quality of richness and joy in them and they communicate it to everything they touch. It is first of all a physical quality; then it is a quality of the spirit.” Thomas Wolf

Conversations are powerful. The mouth can draw out good positive things filled with hope and good faith. People come together to communicate, share knowledge, and share one another’s stories. Through the use of words we create an understanding of the world.

We have more satisfying relationships through conversations.

Concerning the great power and authority in words the mouth can be used to bring blessings or destruction. Our mouths can hurt, break down and depress or heal, restore and uplift. Although we try to say things that are right and pleasing sometimes they come out harsh and hard causing bad feelings. When pressure mounts the mouth flies open and we speak careless words.

We must learn to discipline our mouths and take responsibility for what comes out of them. We must grow in self- control and discipline of mouth. Control and the taming the tongue should be our goal. Think before we speak/say the right words with right tone or perhaps not speak at all.

Keeping watch over the door of my lips and mouth has been a lifelong work. We are looking for good and helpful, gracious and kind words.

Our words give expression to what we think feel, think, want and the purpose of our heart. The organizations at 15 Lund Road in Saco invite you to join in the healthy fun and energizing sports.

The Michael Phelps Skill Center invites you to have social fun with the family every Sunday from 5 to 6 p.m. There are four warm pools to enjoy as you and your children get to interact with other families. This is a great way to develop your own child’s skills as the summer season is ending and an awesome way to see what your kids have been learning first hand.

Be sure to sign up at the desk, and they will see you this Sunday. Free for members. $15$ for families that are not members. Lots of toys to use.

The Michael Phelps Foundation works to promote healthy, active lives, especially for children, primarily for expanding the opportunities for participation in the sport of swimming. For more information, call 494-8200.

The Maine Sports Arena, home of the Maine Junior Volleyball Club, also at 15 Lund Road, Saco is hosting an open house and ice cream social.

On Oct 30, come “get the scoop.” An open house format for both current and prospective players. They invite you to join for a night of fun and information! Learn more about the club, catch up with friends and teammates, and share the excitement for the upcoming season.

For details, send an email to [email protected] www.mainejuniors.org

The Maine Juniors Volleyball Club will foster the growth and development of girls and boys volleyball in the state of Maine through a variety of USAV Junior Olympics program offerings and focused strategies.  


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