Inner to Outer



Emotional support for women of color weeding useless thoughts cultivating flowers of a joyful life. Relieve the tension between inner self and outer self with devotion to peace and love to black sisters accross the world. Tending the garden of the mind is here for support to explain simple but powerful ways to start the love from within your black divine being.

Saturday, December 23, 2017

May the road rise up to meet you, Irish proverbs that make you think

Irish proverbs


15 Irish blessings and proverbs to share with your loved ones.



Irish Rail Class 29000 four-car DMU number 29016 running along the banks of the Royal Canal with a Commuter service from Dublin to Longford




Say but little, and say it well.


God's help is nearer than the door


Better old debts than old grudge


A poor man is pleased with whatever he gets.

It is well that misfortunes come but from time to time, and not altogether.


Poor men take to the sea, rich to the mountain.


Trust not a spiteful man.


Woe to him whose betrayer sits at his table.


The effects of an evil act are long felt.
Glencar Falls in Ireland



How could the apple be but as the apple tree.


Often is ugly amiable and handsome unfortunate.


Choose your company before you sit down.


A wise head makes a closed mouth.


A late man brings trouble on himself.


May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind always be at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face, and rains fall soft upon your fields.

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