Celtic spiritualitymusicPrayerRhythms of lifespiritual practices An Old Irish Blessing by Denes Agay by Christine Sine October 20, 2012 October 20, 2012 I love Irish Blessings and as I get ready to travel to Australia tomorrow this seemed a very appropriate one to post. Related Celtic musicCeltic prayerIrish BlessingPrayerspirituality 6 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail previous post Death Is Good next post Prayers for the Journey You may also like FreerangeFriday: Begin Again! November 11, 2022 He Restores My Soul November 9, 2022 Responses to The Wonder of Rain November 8, 2022 Meditation Monday – Getting Ready for Retreat November 7, 2022 FreerangeFriday: A New Book for Advent November 4, 2022 FreerangeFriday: Ways to Practice Gratitude in November October 28, 2022 Samhain: Celtic Winter Begins October 27, 2022 Peace October 11, 2022 Wanted: Coffin Carriers – Introducing the Lindisfarne Gospels... September 6, 2022 World Day of Prayer for the Care of... September 1, 2022 6 comments akismet-0b451366f3bc8157011951556bab3a1d October 20, 2012 - 7:50 am Dr Chris, I love your web layout. Is it wordpress based? I pray you have a very meaningful and saft trip. Paul Samuels Log in to Reply Christine Sine October 20, 2012 - 7:59 am Yes it is and thanks for the prayers. It is such a privilege to be able to head down to Sydney twice a year to spend time with my Mum Log in to Reply Katie Baier October 20, 2012 - 4:52 pm Dear Christine, You have blessed me now for almost a year with your daily emails. Your gift of prayer is amazing. Thank you for sharing the Irish Blessing, one of my favorites. My prayers will continue for you and your husband as you travel. May the wind of God’s Blessings engulf you in his love and safety as your travel. May this time with your Mom be filled with wonderful memories old and those newly made. Pace e Bene, Peace and all Good, Katie Baier Log in to Reply Christine Sine October 20, 2012 - 5:29 pm Katie thank you very much for your affirmation. Writing prayers is not something that I ever expected to do but very much enriches me and am glad that it enriches others too. My Mum is 89 so it will be wonderful to see her. Log in to Reply Katie Baier October 21, 2012 - 7:19 am Christine, Hug her close and cherish every moment. My dad lived with my husband and I for 7 years and just went to heaven in May, he was almost 91 years old. I know where he is and that he would never choose to come back but I still miss him. I know that the wonderful memories of having each day with him for the past 7 years brings me peace and comfort. Log in to Reply Christine Sine October 21, 2012 - 7:27 am Thanks Katie, These trips down to see my Mum since my Dad died 3 years ago have been very special times. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.