Today, in solidarity with those of you in Isaac’s way, we’ve had rain and then some more rain, well, and maybe a bit more rain after that. Lovely, really. The River Glendasan has nine very large rocks across it (bolders actually) from our stone cottage to the road that leads to the Hotel Glendalough aboutContinue reading “circles of stone”
Today was the day before our last day with Mary. What a fine journey it has been. We are better by way of you, Mary, and by way of the Valley. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Today is the day, as we look at the website of the National Hurricane Center that Isaac continues.Continue reading “May you . . . me . . . us . . .”
Some of you liked the Brendan Kennelly quote from yesterday. Check out this poem with more of his wisdom: “Though we live in a world that dreams of ending,that always seems about to give in, something that will not acknowledge conclusion, insists that we forever begin.”
Another beautiful day in our lives . . . and in our pilgrimage at Glendalough with Mary Meighan. The first two days of our time with her were spent in learning about some of the threads in the fabric of Celtic Spirituality. She has said so much to us, here are some samples of thingsContinue reading “St. Kevin – born 498 – died 618 AD”
This evening’s gift of rain: May our eyes see God’s beauty dancing and our ears hear God’s grace whispered.
May our eyes see God’s beauty dancing within this day . . .