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Irish Blessing

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  1. Daishakar
    The Irish blessing is a prayer, originally written in Gaelic. “May the road rise to meet you” is actually mistranslated quite a bit from the original Gaelic language it was written in. “Rise”.
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  2. Voodoobei
    Read and share the latest Irish news, including politics, community, business, travel, Irish roots, culture, and more.
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  3. Akinorg
    Irish Blessings and Sayings May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live. May you have all the happiness and luck that life can hold, and at the end of your rainbows, may you find a pot of gold. Get on your knees and thank the Lord you’re on your feet.
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  4. Jutilar
    Irish Blessings & Irish Prints Our collection of Irish Blessings and Irish Prints makes the ideal new home gift for them or the perfect piece of ancient Irish wisdom for you. Send an Irish blessing plaque, or framed hand painted Ogham wishes by the award-winning Ethel Kelly in County Roscommon, or a fun and vibrant Irish print by the renowned.
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  5. Samuktilar
    Short Irish Blessings: Share Your Irish Goodwill During Life's Memorable Moments! Sharing short Irish blessings and toasts is one of the simplest and most memorable ways to express our Irish sides! A well-spoken (or written) word can lift the spirit and tone of any important occasion.
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  6. Zulumi
    Mar 17, - Irish Blessing Free Printables for St. Patrick's Day: 3 Designs! A set of digital downloads featuring 3 Irish blessings. Use for DIY wall art, cards, banners & more!
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  7. Karn
    The church and believers in Ireland have blessed us with many wonderful prayers since the early 5th century when many came to have faith in Jesus Christ. Saint Patrick is regarded as the founder of.
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