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Something beautiful on a Sunday morning

A sunset from the past week.

Is giorra cabhair Dé ná an doras.
Divine help is closer than the door.
(Celtic proverb)

If you have a few moments, please watch Blessings, a short film, at Emergence Magazine.  There are no ads, no spamming of any sort.  It’s a beautiful reading of part of David Whyte’s Blessings poems.


Robin is... too many things to list, but here is a start: an artist and writer; a photographer and saunterer; a daughter and sister and granddaughter; a friend, a partner, a wife, a mother, and a grandmother; a gardener, a great and imaginative cook, and the creator of wonderful sandwiches.

16 thoughts on “Something beautiful on a Sunday morning

  1. Oh wow–thank you for this. I feel broken wide open after watching it–wanting to be more alive, more hearing, more seeing, not just surfing on the surface of things. So very rich. A blessing this morning indeed!

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  2. You had me right from start with David Whyte. I am a huge fan of his poetry. This short film brought tears to my eyes. So very beautiful, this gratitude for life, for listening, for seeing, for being. Many, many thanks for sharing.

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  3. What a blessing this video is- all perfect. I am an avid fan of blessing in all situations – and this piece of beauty blessed me all through, so now I am sending the link on to others

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