Tag Archives: John O’Donohue

Welcome: The Priceless Gifts of Hospitality

Originally posted on Sirena Tales:
“Dining with one’s friends and beloved family is certainly one of life’s primal and most innocent delights, one that is both soul-satisfying and eternal.”~Julia Child Julia’s wise, evocative words have been echoing for me lately…

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Adding Our Beauty To The World

I’m thrilled to have found a glorious podcast on the late, luminous John O’Donohue,  gifted poet, philosopher, and theologian. “The Inner Landscape of Beauty,” https://onbeing.org In the exhilarating interview, O’Donohue reminds us of the essential importance of beauty to our … Continue reading

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Blessing The Space Between Us

I am smitten with “To Bless The Space Between Us: A Book of Blessings,” a shimmering gem of a book by the late Irish poet, philosopher, mystic, visionary, John O’Donohue. His luminous work about betweenness rocked my world awhile ago … Continue reading

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Experience: A Window to Wonderment

“It is interesting how contemporary English has the phrase: ‘to have an experience,’ with the suggestion of possession….  In the folk culture of the Celtic Imagination, experience was not a thing to be produced or owned… [but rather] the focus … Continue reading

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