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Morning Prayer

Christ, as a light
illumine and guide me.
Christ, as a shield
overshadow me.
Christ under me;
Christ over me;
Christ beside me
on my left and my right.

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Celtic Myths, History and Spirituality - Where DO you start?

It’s a good question and one that isn’t easy to answer. After all, the word Celtic has so many feelings and emotions attached to it that what it is being used to mean and encompass can vary from person to person, never mind the fact that most historians don’t agree on what it should cover. 1,558 more words


God in the world

Some Christians believe God in the world is only found here:

Others see God in the world here:

God is so much more.

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What am I hungry for?

“Wisdom, then, is a deeper way of knowing. Wisdom is the art of living in rhythm with your soul, your life, and the divine.”  John O’Donohue, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom


More Foster Lake, Oregon

“The human eye adores gazing; it feasts on the wild beauty of new landscapes, the dignity of trees, the tenderness of a human face, or the white sphere of the moon blessing the earth in a circle of light.” John O’Donohue, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom


A Roman god and a new year

The Roman god Janus was the god of gates, halls, doors, and doorways.

The god of beginnings and endings.

Usually depicted with two faces looking in opposite directions, Janus frequently symbolized change and transitions, such as the progression of past to future, of one condition to another, of one vision to another. 352 more words

Mor, Celtic Goddess of Sun and Sea by Judith Shaw

Mor is an ancient Celtic Goddess of the Sea and the Sun, bringing to mind the shining days of summer and the abundance of the harvest. 881 more words