Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune offers award-winning health care by the most highly-qualified primary care managers, specialty physicians, medical staff, and health care personnel in the country, on the East Coast’s largest military installation.

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** BLOOD DRIVE NOTICE ** On Tuesday, December 29, NMCCL will be hosting an Armed Services Blood Program blood drive from...
12/28/2020

** BLOOD DRIVE NOTICE **

On Tuesday, December 29, NMCCL will be hosting an Armed Services Blood Program blood drive from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

There is a desperate need for O positive, O negative, AB positive and AB negative blood.

Blood mobiles will be located in front of the Naval Medical Center.

Appointments are encouraged, but not required. Make your appointment online at
militarydonor.com

Need more information? Email Wendy Binder @ [email protected] or call 910-777-1502.

Share the post and help us spread the word about tomorrow’s blood drive!

#giveblood #supportthewarfighter #ASBP

Naval Medical Camp Lejeune has open positions on our team! The following vacancies are listed in @USAJOBS.COM, where you...
12/27/2020

Naval Medical Camp Lejeune has open positions on our team!

The following vacancies are listed in @USAJOBS.COM, where you can find out specific information and how to apply.

Program Assistant (DMHRSi) –closes 31 December
https://go.usa.gov/xAjGQ

Physician Occupation Medicine –closes 29 January
https://go.usa.gov/xAjGw

Please visit usajobs.gov for more details!

#NowHiring #NMCCL #jobsearch

NMCCL would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday. We are thankful for our dedicated staff who are w...
12/25/2020

NMCCL would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday.

We are thankful for our dedicated staff who are working during the holiday weekend to care for our beneficiaries, and thankful for our military members across the world, protecting our freedom.

From our family to yours #happyholidays!

#NMCCL #NAVYMEDICINE

Stay safe this holiday season.  According to the #CDC, small familygatherings, even in your own home, are a significant ...
12/24/2020

Stay safe this holiday season.

According to the #CDC, small family
gatherings, even in your own home, are a significant vector
of COVID-19 infection.

If you decide to gather for the
holidays, please be smart and stay safe!

For more information visit the CDC website @
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html

#NMCCL #NAVYMEDICINE #CDC #COVID19 #staysafeeveryone

** HOLIDAY HOURS **In observance of the Christmas holiday, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune clinics, laboratory, pharma...
12/23/2020

** HOLIDAY HOURS **

In observance of the Christmas holiday, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune clinics, laboratory, pharmacies, and administrative offices will be closed on 24 and 25 December.

In addition, there will be alternate hours for the COVID-19 Screening Sites:

🟦 Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site

CLOSED beginning 1530 Wed, 23 December – Sunday, 27 December.

🟦 Acute Respiratory Clinic & COVID-19 Screening Site

24 December – OPEN 0800-1600
25 December – CLOSED
26 December – resume normal operations 0800-1600

Have a safe and happy holiday season!

12/22/2020
DHA Director Discusses COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

Lieutenant General Ronald Place, Director of the Defense Health Agency, shares some vital information on the COVID-19 vaccine.

NMCCL is ready to implement procedures to ensure our frontline healthcare workers are able to get the vaccinations as soon as we receive them. Keep following this page for updates and information.

Stay safe this holiday season – social distance, wear your mask, practice good hand hygiene, and avoid gatherings as much as possible.

#COVID19 #NMCCL #NAVYMEDICINE

Holiday spirit is in the air at NMCCL!  🎁🌲🎅☃️This week our AMAZING Command Recreation and Diversity committees hosted th...
12/21/2020

Holiday spirit is in the air at NMCCL! 🎁🌲🎅☃️

This week our AMAZING Command Recreation and Diversity committees hosted the annual holiday celebration. Due to the creative ideas and hard work of our committee members we were still able to enjoy activities, while adhering to COVID-19 restrictions.

This year’s theme, “A Trip Around the Holidays” included displays on the Quarter Deck with information of how other countries and cultures celebrate the holidays around the world. Activities included mask decorating and ugly sweater contests.

BRAVO ZULU, Recreation and Diversity Committees!

Stay tuned to see which department wins the holiday decorating contest, winners to be announced on Friday!

#NMCCL #holidayseason #boostmorale

12/20/2020
Happy Holidays and A Look Back

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune leadership offers well wishes for a safe and happy holiday season to our staff and beneficiaires.

We look forward to a hopeful new year and appreciate all the hard work and dedication of the NMCCL team during a challenging 2020.

#covid19 #NMCCL #happyholidays #happynewyear #bye2020

NMCCL is not one of the initial 16 Department of Defense sites listed to receive the first shipments of the COVID-19 vac...
12/19/2020

NMCCL is not one of the initial 16 Department of Defense sites listed to receive the first shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine. NMCCL will actively keep our staff and beneficiaries updated when the Medical Center is announced as a vaccination site. The Department of Defense has constructed a deliberate, phased approach to distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine as there is a limited amount of the vaccine. Please take a look at the DoD Population Schema that shows demographic groups for receiving the vaccine.

According to the DoD, “The Department prioritizes DOD personnel to receive the vaccine based on CDC guidance, which is informed by data gathered during vaccine trials about the effectiveness of a vaccine among demographic groups and the CDC assessment of the risks COVID-19 poses to certain demographic groups. DOD prioritization schema is consistent with CDC guidance and prioritizes those providing direct medical care, maintaining essential national security and installation functions, deploying forces, and those beneficiaries at the highest risk for developing severe illness from COVID-19 before other members of the DOD population.”

Please read more about Operation Warp Speed here: https://www.defense.gov/Explore/Spotlight/Coronavirus/Operation-Warp-Speed/

#HolidaySpirit is in the air at NMCCL.☃🎅🌲 This week seventeen departments and clinics entered the annual NMCCL Holiday D...
12/18/2020

#HolidaySpirit is in the air at NMCCL.☃🎅🌲

This week seventeen departments and clinics entered the annual NMCCL Holiday Decorating Contest.

CAPT Ewing and CMC McDermott visited each of the departments for judging, photo opportunities, and to visit with staff members.

After two days of judging and some extremely close competition we are happy to announce the winners.

The winners are…

🥇 1st Place – Orthopedics and Podiatry
🥈 2nd Place- Pain Management
🥉 3rd Place- Labor and Delivery
🏅 4th Place – Patient Administration

Congratulations to our departments!

Click through to see the creative, beautiful and festive spaces!

Stay tuned for next year’s activities, only 365 more days to get those ideas ready!

#Holidays2020 #WinnersAre #NMCCL

(US Navy Photos by Mass Communications Specialist, Second Class, Michael Molina)

BRAVO ZULU!  This week Captain Ewing and Command Master Chief McDermott visited NMCCL’s Sailor of the Year awardees in t...
12/16/2020

BRAVO ZULU!

This week Captain Ewing and Command Master Chief McDermott visited NMCCL’s Sailor of the Year awardees in their work spaces to congratulate them on their accomplishments.

Congratulations

⚓ Senior Sailor of the Year – HM1 Kurtis Glenn, Directorate for Clinical Support Services

⚓Sailor of the Year - HM2 Alejandro Pinzas, Directorate for Clinical Support Services

⚓ Junior Sailor of the Year - HM3 Tiffanie Tindell, Directorate for Medical Services

⚓ Blue Jacket of the Year - HN Aldrin Alexander Destura, Directorate for Mental Health

These Sailors exemplified outstanding leadership, expertise, education, command involvement, community service, military bearing and physical fitness standards.

#NMCCL #SailorOfTheYear #NavyMedicine

Members of Rolling Thunder NC-5 of Jacksonville, North Carolina brought some holiday cheer to the children at NMCCL this...
12/15/2020

Members of Rolling Thunder NC-5 of Jacksonville, North Carolina brought some holiday cheer to the children at NMCCL this past weekend. The motorcycle club has been bringing toys to NMCCL for the past several years as part of their annual Care Bear Holiday Run.

Although this year looked quite different than previous years, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we were excited they stopped by.

Rolling Thunder also visited Onslow Memorial Hospital and the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office on their way to NMCCL.

Thank you to the members of Rolling Thunder for your kindness this holiday season. 🎁🧸

#NMCCL #SeasonofGiving #RollingThunder

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune has limited influenza vaccinations due to low supply.Another supply of flu vaccines ha...
12/14/2020

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune has limited influenza vaccinations due to low supply.
Another supply of flu vaccines has been ordered, but the Medical Center does not anticipate that supply to arrive before the end of the year.

The Immunizations Clinic has flu shots for the following:
- Those 65+ older
- 6 months - 35 months

If you do not fall within the above criteria and have NOT received your flu vaccine this year, NMCCL recommends you get your 2020 flu shot at a participating TRICARE network pharmacy in your area until further notice.
By visiting a TRICARE network pharmacy, you will not be charged for your flu shot. After receiving your flu shot, bring your receipt to the Immunizations Clinic to update your record.

Find a participating pharmacy near you:
https://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/find-pharmacy

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

#NMCCL #FluSeason

The holidays can be an extremely stressful and emotionally sad time for some people.  The CDC reports that during the pa...
12/13/2020

The holidays can be an extremely stressful and emotionally sad time for some people.

The CDC reports that during the pandemic, “fear and anxiety can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions” and this certainly applies during the holidays as well.

Making time to take care of yourself may help ease those feelings.

Here are some steps to help you take care of your mental health:

• Keep up with healthy habits. These may include getting enough sleep, eating healthy foods, and staying active.

• Recognize your feelings and be realistic. Just because it’s the holiday season, doesn’t mean you have to feel jolly. Traditions, holiday plans, and your feelings may be different this year.

• Reach out. Seek out friends or family members by phone, text, or video chats. Volunteering your time is also a way to lift your spirits while helping others.

If you’re still feeling depressed or anxious and need some help, talk to your doctor.

TRICARE offers services to support your mental health needs. In addition, there are many non-clinical counseling and support services that can be very helpful.

These include Military OneSource, Military Family Life Counselors, service counseling services, and chaplains.

For more information visit the TRICARE website by clicking the link below
https://go.usa.gov/xA3vR

#TRICARE #mentalhealthawareness

🌲🎁 It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Time for our Pastoral Care Team to deliver Angel Tree Gifts! The Angel Tree...
12/12/2020

🌲🎁 It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Time for our Pastoral Care Team to deliver Angel Tree Gifts!

The Angel Tree program has been a popular event amongst the staff here at NMCCL for the past five years. The program allows for Sailors and staff members to identify families in need and assist in getting children gifts during the holiday season.

According to Religious Program Specialist Second Class Joshua Deluca, this year’s program identified 150 boys and girls in need and our team collected over 600 toys.

“Requests were made from Sailors and Staff members here at the Medical Center, for families to enjoy a stress free Christmas," said Deluca.

The gifts will be distributed over the next couple weeks, just in time for the holidays.

In case you missed it, next year the Pastoral Care team will begin collecting names for gifts during the week of Thanksgiving till around the first week of December.

BRAVO ZULU, shipmates!

#NMCCL #AngelTree #GiveBack #USNavy #GoNavy #NavyMedicine

REMINDER The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site at Bldg FC-56 and Bldg FC-57,  is OPEN on Saturdays from  0800-1200 exc...
12/11/2020

REMINDER

The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site at Bldg FC-56 and Bldg FC-57, is OPEN on Saturdays from 0800-1200 excluding Saturdays that fall on a holiday weekend (Christmas and New Year's).

Bldg FC-56 and Bldg FC-57 are located off Sneads Ferry Road, next to 2D Med Log.

The Active Duty COVID-19 Screening Site is also open Monday through Friday from 0730-1530.

Monday-Friday, active duty first should contact their sick call for preliminary screening before arriving at the COVID-19 Screening Site.

Providers will be on-site on Saturdays as sick calls are closed on weekends.

Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Air Station New River

#NMCCL #COVID19 #NavyMedicine

Thinking about getting a COVID-19 test out in town?  Are you an Active Duty Family Member, Retiree, or Retiree Family Me...
12/10/2020

Thinking about getting a COVID-19 test out in town?

Are you an Active Duty Family Member, Retiree, or Retiree Family Member?

Make sure you are aware of what TRICARE will cover or you could be paying out of pocket!

TRICARE covers COVID-19 test OFF a military installation IF:

- Deemed medically necessary and appropriate AND a TRICARE-authorized
provider must order the test.

- The provider must perform the test at a TRICARE-authorized lab or
facility.

***Different rules apply for Active Duty! Please speak to your assigned
Medical Department for further information***

TRICARE covers COVID-19 tests performed at military medical facilities, such as our Acute Respiratory Clinic and the Active Duty Screening Sites.

Questions about COVID-19 Testing Coverage? Check out this helpful table by clicking below.

https://go.usa.gov/xA3Rz

REMINDER!You are able to get your flu shot out in town!Click the link below for a list of TRICARE approved locations in ...
12/09/2020

REMINDER!

You are able to get your flu shot out in town!

Click the link below for a list of TRICARE approved locations in your area with the flu shot.

If you get your flu shot out in town, bring a record/receipt with you to your next visit to the immunization clinic to have it added into your record.

Be sure to call ahead to approved locations to be sure vaccines are available and to check if there are age restrictions for the vaccine.

#NMCCL #FluSeason #FluVaccine

https://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/find-pharmacy

BRAVO ZULU! NMCCL is #winning again!! Recently Captain Ewing, Captain Christian and CMDCM McDermott presented the Navy S...
12/08/2020

BRAVO ZULU! NMCCL is #winning again!!

Recently Captain Ewing, Captain Christian and CMDCM McDermott presented the Navy Surgeon General’s Blue H awards for 2019 to the following clinics:

The French Creek Marine Centered Medical Home -Gold Star
HM3 Wayne Caron Branch Medical Clinic – Gold Star
Hadnot Point Branch Medical Clinic – Bronze Anchor

The program is managed by the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center, on behalf of the Navy Surgeon General and encourages and rewards the promotion of health in Navy and Marine Corps Organizations.

The awards recognize excellence in clinical primary prevention, community health promotion and medical staff health.

The annual award is available at three levels – Bronze Anchor, Silver Eagle and Gold Star. The criteria is graded in several different areas including responsible drinking; injury and violence-free living; healthy eating; active living; reproductive and sexual health; psychological health; tobacco free living; and weight management. All Navy and Marine Crops commands and USMC Semper Fit Centers are eligible.

Help us congratulate our staff members on a job well done!

#NMCCL #WeAreNMCCL #NavyMedicine

TRICARE Open Season Ends Soon! Now is a good time to determine if you or your family want to make any changes to your cu...
12/07/2020

TRICARE Open Season Ends Soon!

Now is a good time to determine if you or your family want to make any changes to your current health plan coverage.

TRICARE Open Season ends Dec. 14, 2020.

TRICARE Open Season is open to eligible beneficiaries in TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Prime Remote, or TRICARE Select .

During TRICARE Open Season, you can:

• Enroll in a plan: No coverage yet? Enroll in a TRICARE Prime option or TRICARE Select for coverage in 2021.

• Change plans: Already enrolled? You can switch plans and between individual and family enrollment.

• For example, you plan to grow your family and decide to change from TRICARE Prime to TRICARE Select.

• Enrollment changes made during TRICARE Open Season will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2021.

Visit the TRICARE website for specific information;

www.tricare.mil/openseason20

#TRICARE #OPENSEASON

“A day that will live in infamy.”Today is #PearlHarbor Remembrance Day. The attacks on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 ...
12/07/2020

“A day that will live in infamy.”
Today is #PearlHarbor Remembrance Day. The attacks on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 was a seminal event for the United States’ involvement in World War II. The blow to the US Navy’s fleet galvanized a nation to join the Allied Forces. More than 2,400 lives were lost in the attacks that day.
You can tune in at 12:45EST to watch a live commemoration ceremony at the Pearl Harbor National Memorial. 🇺🇸

We are looking forward to sharing this year's ceremony with you, please tune in here, at Navy Region Hawaii's page or at www.pearlharborevents.com at 7:45 HST to watch the 79th National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Ceremony.

This years ceremony will feature a multisite wreath presentation video and a Veterans tribute video narrated by USS Arizona Survivor Lou Conter produced in partnership with Defense Media Activity.

Please remember, this year's ceremony is closed to onsite public participation.

Monday December 7th:
7:45 - Live Broadcast of the 79th National Pearl Harbor Remeberance Day Commemoration
12:30 - Pearl Harbor National Memorial parking lots open to the public
1:00 - Pearl Harbor National Memorial Visitor Center opens to the public
1:30 - USS Arizona Memorial Programs run every 30 minutes from 1:30 - 3:30. Please plan on being 30 minutes early for your program. We will not be able to accommodate late arrivals or standby requests on this date.
#pearlharbor #pearlharbor79

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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune - Our Story

During World War II, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune leaders recognized the need for medical care to service a new group of warfighters and their families. On May 1, 1943, United States Naval Hospital New River was officially commissioned to care for patients. This day marked the beginning of the dedicated, compassionate care that has remained stadfast for the last 75 years. Throughout its history, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune (NMCCL) has expanded its breadth of care to include educating future health care providers through its award-winning Family Medicine Residency Program, state-of-the-art care for the tinies of patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and to those fighting the invisible wounds of war through a holistic approach at Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recovery Center, and those fighting the invisible wounds of war through a holistic appraoch at Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recover Center. NMCCL has evolved over the past 75 years to focus on providing quality training opportuniteis to better prepare those medical-care warfighters for deployment, always making the right choice, and treating each patient like family. More than two dozen leadership triads have stood at the helm of the medical center, each continuing to challenge and push their staff, both active duty and civilian. The encouragement of these leaders has brought about key elements of training and processes that have propelled the medical center to hold the title of “Medical Center of the Marine Corps.” The staff, patients, and leadership show have walked the halls of NMCCL stand proudly behind the values and mission that have bolstered its longevity and reputation. NMCCL will continue to place the preparation of the warfighter at the forefront of its purpose, strive to treat everyone like family, and always pursue doing t he right thing in order to stand tall for another 75 years of patient care.

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Trying to find out where I can get a flu shot for my age 59. The naval hospital said I have to be 65 or older to get one
Is the flu shot available yet??
Please Help Philippines to Stop SANGLEY 's Organizations @PH on FAKE Maritime Claim for CHINA at the Sea of the Orient!. The PHILIPPINES is not THE "BAYANG" Magiliw or "BELOVED STATE" of Fujian Ancestors of CHINA at the Sea South of the COASTAL FUJIAN Province of COMMUNIST ROOT ANCESTORS Of EMILIO AGUINALDO, DOMINGO LAMCO & People's Liberation Army General Ye Fei, And Organized Criminal Syndicates of Fujian Province like Jose Maria Sison's BAYAN Terrorist Network of Organizations who Authored Legalization of the Extra Judicial Killings of Pilipino Military, Police, Civilian, Christian Missionaries at the Eden of God, Those Sangley who Historically murdered the Childhood Friends of Dr. Jose Rizal Andres Bonifacio, Katipuneros {Original League of Pilipinos} & the Fragments of Our Souls at the Sea of the Orient prior Spanish to Present Time are proven to be Terrorist as it is prohibited to Kill Pilipinos under the Sky of our Enchanted Land (Line 3-5 Paragraphs 1, 5, 8 & 13 of Mi Ultimo Adios! - The Communist Party of Fujian Chinese in the Philippines MUST BE HELD RESPONSIBLE for 51 years of Summary Executions and Murdering PILIPINOS! They Shall be declared by the International Community and by the United Nations as NOT as the COMMUNITY of REBELS of the State or Bayan of Fujian Province of China in the Philippines as they are Founded from the Fujian & HENAN PROVINCES of CHINA! THEY ARE TERRORIST WHO WANTED TO ERASE THE HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY! see link: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews/status/1064438126997880832 . Believing that RIZAL is a FUJIAN CHINESE Murdered by the Pilipinos is a TOTAL SCAM fabricated by FUJIAN ANCESTORS of the LEAGUE of FUJIAN STUDENTS or LFS "ANAKBAYAN" of FUJIAN PROVINCE of People's Fake Liberation Army, A Democratic form of Terrorist Organizations of Fujian immigrants Sent by CHINA since prior 1594 on Mechanizing the ETERNAL DEATH of The Origin of the Pilipino Civilization & Removal of Pilipino NATIONAL IDENTITY! Fujian IMMIGRANTS of the PHILIPPINES are TERRORISTS Organizations of CHINA! WHO WANTED SEA & LAND REFORM of the SEA SOUTH OF CHINA! They must be BANNED WORLD WIDE! For HACKING PH History and Stealing the Patrimony of God to our Lost Eden! They are MURDERING PILIPINO'S for 51 years aside from the Time they Arrived since 1594! The Swindler Organized Criminal Network of FUJIAN ROOT ANCESTRY of CHINA in the Philippines is "STEALING the PATRIMONY of GOD to Our Lost Eden" by FABRICATING fake ancestors of Dr. Jose Rizal which they MADE as FOUNDING FATHER of Our GOD mentioned in Line 5 of Paragraphs 8 & 13 of the Last Farewell Mi Ultimo Adios of the Philippine National Hero in an attempt of DESTROYING & LEGALIZING THE TERRORISM POLITICAL ACTIVITIES OF the TRIAD of the "ANAKBAYAN" OF FUJIAN "PROVINCE" OF CHINA who dreamed to divert the whole root Origin and Human Identity of the PILIPINO CIVILIZATION at the Region of the Sun of the Sea Orient into a small fishpond at the village of Siongque, Loshan, (Jinjiang City) inside the House of Fujian Ancestry! Please see Chinese Witchcraft Historians swindling confession from Ex Fujian Governor of Xiamen during Bilateral Meeting with Duterte (Anak-Bayan native of Xiamen who become PH President but do not know how to understand Rizal's Last Farewell):: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews/status/1064438126997880832 The BLOOD of RIZAL is USING by the COMMUNIST PARTY of FUJIAN PROVINCE of CHINA in the PHILIPPINES as an ASSAULT WEAPON of DESTRUCTION to the DEATH of the PILIPINOS for 51 years which is Prohibited by DR. JOSE RIZAL in Line 3-5 Paragraphs 1 & 5 and Line 4 Paragraph 13 of MI Ultimo ADIOS = FUJIAN ANCESTORS of CHINA are TERRORIST:: On the Ground of the following Crimes against Humanity: [1] Stealing the True Origin of the Pilipino Nation at the Sea of EDEN at the Far East of the Eastern Hemispheric Region of the Sun (Oriental Sea of the Western Pacific Ocean) {Genesis 1:9/Genesis 2:1-8} [2] Removal of Pilipino Identity from the Lineage of Adam when Mankind has been created from the Dust of the Ground by the Breath of Life of the Almighty God {Genesis 2:1-8} and {Genesis 1:27-28} [3] Removal of the Sovereign Nation of God from among the Nations of the World to become State or Bayan of the Fujian Witchcraft Historians of China! {Genesis 10:5 / {Psalm 33:12}! [4] Removal of the Sovereign God of Our Lost Eden by Substituting of Fujian Ancestors. Rizal said: There was No Ancestors or Country which I made Greater than my Countrymen's God. Line 5 of both Paragraphs 8 & 13. [5] I do not Idolized NAMES of Fujian Ancestry Greater than the Name of my Eden Beloved Country & the Sovereign God of my Country. [Paragraph 8 & 13] [6] Line 4 Paragraph 14 "I NEVER THREAT My God, myself and COUNTRYMEN which I mentioned in Paragraph 13th of my Last Farewell like as those who are "SWEET FOREIGNER" CITIZENS who visited the EDEN PHILIPPINES from the South East Coast of Fujian Province asking all of us "What the Pilipino are Worth Dying For?, Why the Pilipino Do Not know the Dignity of their Birth?! (1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvagygKAuQY&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2kOU4o7Ja57F8zPN2tibT8rEWh2KUajSVk-3VQvXqy_QaA7QwP0aQqLrE (2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLEU0JtdLIA&t=3776s&fbclid=IwAR3x-wILtzdoz7vc6t0xFAoxO1iVgt85PrLZzb_W7Zl_IFZ7fLuA6ChlGEE (3) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2d9OJBxCmY&t=545s My Last Farewell - Dr. JOSE RIZAL December 29, 1896 Paragraph 1 Farewell, BELOVED COUNTRY, treasured Region of the Sun, PEARL of The Sea of the Orient, Our lost EDEN! To you eagerly I surrender this sad and gloomy life; And were it brighter, fresher, more florid, Even then I’d give it to you, for your sake alone. Paragraph 2 In fields of battle, deliriously fighting, Others give you their lives, without doubt, without regret; The place matters not: where there’s cypress, laurel or lily, On a plank or open field, in combat or cruel martyrdom, It’s all the same if the HOME or COUNTRY asks. Paragraph 3 I die when I see the sky has unfurled its colors And at last after a cloak of darkness announces the day; If you need scarlet to tint your dawn, Shed my blood, pour it as the moment comes, And may it be gilded by a reflection of the heaven’s newly-born light. Paragraph 4 My dreams, when scarcely an adolescent, My dreams, when a young man already full of life, Were to see you one day, JEWEL of the Sea of the Orient, Dry those eyes of black, that forehead high, Without frown, without wrinkles, without stains of shame. Paragraph 5 My lifelong dream, my deep burning desire, This soul that will soon depart cries out: Salud! To your health! Oh how beautiful to fall to give you flight, To die to give you life, to die under your sky, And in your enchanted land eternally sleep. Paragraph 6 If upon my grave one day you see appear, Amidst the dense grass, a simple humble flower, Place it near your lips and my soul you’ll kiss, And on my brow may I feel, under the cold tomb, The gentle blow of your tenderness, the warmth of your breath. Paragraph 7 Let the moon see me in a soft and tranquil light, Let the dawn send its fleeting radiance, Let the wind moan with its low murmur, And should a bird descend and rest on my cross, Let it sing its canticle of peace. Paragraph 8 Let the burning sun evaporate the rains, And with my clamor behind, towards the sky may they turn pure; Let a friend mourn my early demise, And in the serene afternoons, when someone prays for me, O COUNTRY, Pray to God also for my rest! Paragraph 9 Pray for all the unfortunate ones who died, For all who suffered torments unequaled, For our poor mothers who in their grief and bitterness cry, For orphans and widows, for prisoners in torture, And PRAY for yourself PRAY that your final redemption you’ll see. Paragraph 10 And when the cemetery is enveloped in dark night, And there, alone, only those who have gone remain in vigil, Disturb not their rest, nor the mystery, And should you hear chords from a zither or psaltery, It is I, beloved COUNTRY, Singing to you. Paragraph 11 And when my grave, then by all forgotten, has not a cross nor stone to mark its place, Let men plow and with a spade scatter it, And before my ashes return to nothing, May they be the dust that carpets your fields. Paragraph 12 Then nothing matters, cast me in oblivion. Your atmosphere, your space and valleys I’ll cross. I will be a vibrant and clear note to your ears, Aroma, light, colors, murmur, moan, and song, Constantly repeating the essence of my faith. Paragraph 13 My idolized COUNTRY, sorrow of my sorrows, Beloved Filipinas, hear my last good-bye. There I leave you all, my parents, my loves. I’ll go where there are no slaves, hangmen nor oppressors, Where faith doesn’t kill, where the One who Reigns is GOD. Paragraph 14 Goodbye, dear parents, brother and sisters, fragments of my soul, Childhood friends in the home now lost, Give thanks that I rest from this wearisome day; Goodbye, sweet foreigner, my friend, my joy; Farewell, loved ones, to die is to rest.
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