Irish wisdom… good night

Irish wisdom. The weaker sex. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Irish wisdom. The weaker sex. Image copyright Ireland Calling

Irish wisdom. The weaker sex. Image copyright Ireland Calling

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Dream It.
Wish It.
Do It.
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Irish wisdom. A good laugh and a long sleep. Image copyright Ireland Calling

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Always end the day with a positive thought. No matter how hard things were, tomorrow’s a fresh opportunity to make it better.
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Irish wisdom. One leg out perfect. Image copyright Ireland Calling

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No one looks back on their life and remembers the nights they had plenty of sleep.
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Irish wisdom. Chase your dreams. Image copyright Ireland Calling

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Do not go gentle into that goodnight, rage, rage against the dying of the light.
~ Dylan Thomas
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Irish wisdom. Nobody needs a smile as much as those who have none left to give. Image copyright Ireland Calling

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As the day turns into night,
Keep your worries out of sight.
Close your eyes and go to sleep,
All the good times are yours to keep.
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Irish wisdom. Sleep under a blanket of love. Image copyright Ireland Calling

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