Ionad Siuil Luxury Accommodation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a few months in Dublin”, I’m about halfway through The picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar wilde, which Im absolutely loving, so Gingerman is next up! And it was just for a “fiver”! so then went to an orientation at the irish-turikish centre, for I’ll be volunteerin at the Silk Road film Festival next week and met people from Cork, Connecticut and Poland, all grand souls, and a friend of mine, Aoife, is in charge of t he volunteers and it sounds like it ...
... kingdoms with joy.
I embrace my new strength, faith and courage
I sing my Soul's song and turn the key that opens me to a new path, a deeper connection
In the southern hemisphere we now move through the time of Imbolc signifying the energy of spring & rebirth. This time is honored with Goddess Brigid and awakening the seeds of spring within the earth. It brings the promise of renewal, of hidden potential ...
... in Ireland - after football - and even more so in farming County Meath. Soon the hedges will turn pink with whitethorn and cherry flower and the deep blue of rivers of bluebells and violets is a beautiful sight to behold.
Mammy will be 90 soon and she now lives in a lovely little nursing home in the ancient town of Athboy and is relaxed and cheery now that that she's decided to retire from a farming life and live on the comfort ...
... because they invented the latter. Or so the plaque said. The building used to be a seminary though now is used for occasional retreats (we've all had some of those), and has a church as part of the structure. It's quite a nice understated church for a Catholic one, with a sign of the times, the 'policy on child care' announcing unequivocally that all abuse is a sin. Though given that Catholics only need repent to win their place in heaven, that ...
... body without thought. We then did some group work when the class arrived. I was working mostly with a woman from Portugal named Dalila. The task was to face each other and to almost meditate together but to take it in turns, timed by a bell, to reflect on a question asked of each other. This was "who are you" and then "what are you". The answer had to be to do with who or what you were in that present moment without the noise of mind or emotion getting in the way. It was more ...