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I recently wove some of my Grandmothers thoughts and actions into a telling of an Irish folktale.
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Great discussion and post. Thought provoking, definitely.
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Yes Sally, There really are fairies and because of the strength of the Irish culture and stories, we are allowed to believe! Loved your post!
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Story is now your dance. Your movement has translated it's magic into your stories. It's all cellular and will never leave you, just expand into other areas of creativity.Bravo!
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Never loose the child within. that is the part of your essence that will drive your creative endeavors. Bravo Mario!
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Feel the fear and do it anyway. to heal one must move through what gives them the greatest fear. Thank you for sharing this perspective!
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Sylvia, You have absorbed the teachings and example of all these tellers and are an example for all of us to cherish, enjoy and learn from!
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"Every drop would be a prayer" Yes! I think it is so wonderful that a child would remember and retell the story. One would hope that teaching children this way would stick with them as they move forward on their journey. As always, delightful!
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You didn't need the extra. The piece is beautiful. Simplicity says it all. Trust. Beautiful.
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This is a great blog post benefitted by the telling of your underdog tales from class. A truthful insight into our trickster friends. Thank you for blog.
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Thank you for sharing this poem, Joan.
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What a great cultural history lesson. Thank you Dixie.
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What a terrific experience. It certainly proves the point that there are so many that have stories they want to tell. Thank you for igniting the fire in those around you.
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Lovely post, lovely story!
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It is interesting to discover the choice the Irish made when they actually were able to have a choice of how to save their stories. Lovely poem!
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Joan, this is a wonderful telling of the difficult journey women have had to endure over the years in our workforce.
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What a beautiful testament to your Grandmother and the time tested steady wisdom she passed down to you and your siblings!
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The definition of sacred varies for everyone and that is the beauty of it all. Your connection to the sacredness of your newborn is beautiful. Thank you for sharing!
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Nancy, your writing, stories and strong soul are all a great testament to the sacred! Thank you for sharing all of you with us.
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Actually, a stoned cat if literate could possibly write some incredible stories... oh wait, I dreamt that after I started listening the podcast... Great discovery Myranette!
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Tricia, you are so right about home.Thank you for capturing all those wonderful things that keep it sacred.
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Lovely, energetic post! I delight in the story of Johnathan. There is definitely a spirituality in his action. Happy Apples!
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Amazing how something perceived as difficult can actually be a gift to all, providing recognition of a deeper situation.Truth. Beautiful post.
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Traveling and exploration are healing to the soul. You have inherited your mothers brave exploitative essence. Thank you for sharing.
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Brittany, what a beautiful post. You have so many stories within you waiting to be told. I look forward to hearing them!
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