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Celtic Blessing


Artwork by Suzanne B. Stryker


The following Celtic blessing is perfect for our times and reminds us how to be the change we want to see.

The world now is too dangerous
and too beautiful
for anything but love.

May your eyes be so blessed,
you see God in everyone.

Your ears,
so you hear the cry of the poor.

May your hands be so blessed,
that everything you touch is a sacrament.

Your lips,
so you speak nothing but the truth with love.

May your feet be so blessed,
you run
to those who need you.

And may your heart be so opened,
so set on fire,
that your love,
your love,
changes everything.



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Eirik Vatvedt


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Maaike Aarts


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Anne Melfi


With love,



  • I came across a quote today by Atticus that said ‘Life is the art of dying’, and it felt so freeing. I feel that truth in this poem.

  • I am new to this. Thank you for the Celtic blessing. So true and very much needed. I pray to have this embody me totally, and everyone on the planet

    Cynthia Guerrero
  • Thank you for sharing this beautiful blessing. It reminds me that even in the worst of times people will rise to the occasion. When I stood in the infinitely long line to get my first covid shot I saw all those volunteer angels standing there ready to help us. My heart melted in gratitude.

    Linda Gauvin
  • Exactly what I needed! I had been having a very frustrating day, which usually results in lots of judgment. When I read this I remembered: my #1 goal in life is to BE LOVE—to myself, my situation, others, creatures, the planet, ALL. If I wish to feel love, I must find it inside of myself. Thanks for the blessing, Suzanne.

    Patricia "Trish" Harding
  • Ahh, yes, “too dangerous and too beautiful” requires love. I am hopeful that we can all remember this with each day in which the worse seems to be unfolding. I ask the TM teacher, what about that 1000 years of peace? He said, “There needs to be a clean-up first to make way for the peace.” And that requires that we recognize both danger and love. Thanks for inspiring us all again and again!! Loves, MG

    Marie Green

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