Warm Wishes with Irish Blessings

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Today is Christmas Eve, a Christian holiday. For me it is a time to reflect on the year and to encourage a focus on peace and joy in the world. No matter what religion [or not], I send you warmest wishes for the holidays and throughout the year, with a hopeful wish for peace.

I created this doodle to express that hope for us on this planet, and included in it one of my favorite Irish blessings:

May you always find three welcomes:

In a garden in the summer,

At a fireside during winter,

and whatever the day or season,

In the kind eyes of a friend.

And in the hopes that through blogging and other online connections, that we turn to accept and encourage and share the positives, learning to accept each other, to live and let live.

So, I’ve adapted another Irish blessing to all:

May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow.

May the soft winds freshen your spirit.

May the sunshine brighten your heart.

May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you.

And the thoughts from others confirm that you are loved

 

Note: I was helped with this blog by Itty, the tiny kitty. And, in case you’ve not checked Santa’s journey, here’s the link to NORAD’s Santa Tracker.

Peace.

What is your hope for the world, and your favorite greeting?


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Art and photos by Sheri


This blog is an invitation and a response to Anna’s Challenge invitation: More MoDigiwri! [More Digital Writing]

And here’s the challenge:

So, we’re inviting you to engage in a combo of these two challenges, writing digitally every day to jump start your writing… and sharing and responding to others who are doing the same!

The writing can be about anything and come in any formUse the hashtag #modigiwri if you want to help people find your posts!

 

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  4 comments for “Warm Wishes with Irish Blessings

  1. TERRY ELLIOTT
    December 25, 2018 at 5:51 am
    • December 25, 2018 at 4:26 pm

      That is awesome Terry~ Love it. Had to play it for Scott right away. Thanks for sharing this.

  2. December 24, 2018 at 4:25 pm

    Hope for peace, love and understanding .. as always.
    Love the itty kitty
    Kevin

    • December 25, 2018 at 4:27 pm

      Thanks Kevin. I know she won’t always by Itty or a kitty, but it’s how we will remember her first times with us. Peace, always.

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