Friday, 27 July 2007

Celtic Blessing of the Elements


Grace of the love of the skies be thine,

Grace of the love of the stars be thine,
Grace of the love of the moon be thine,
Grace of the love of the sun be thine,
Grace of the love and the crown of heaven be thine.

6 comments:

  1. Mmmm...I don't understand the lyric but it's such a peaceful song! ;-D

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  2. Hi Amel

    I don't understand the Gaelic lyrics either, but I love the music.

    Sometimes I think it's more restful not understanding the words - you can imagine the song is about whatever you want it to be.

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  3. Hey, you're SO right...he he he he...we can then TOTALLY enjoy the music and the way it sounds...

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  4. Beautiful :) Hope you're doing well!

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  5. Beautiful! I do love Capercaillie. :o)

    And Celtic Blessings are so lyrical and touching. Of course some are pretty humorous, too. My gran's favorite was:
    As you slide down the bannister of life,
    may the splinters all face in the wrong direction.
    *grin*

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  6. Hi Betty

    Wow, all this time and I never knew you were a Capercaillie fan too. I love your gran's wise words.. *ouch* at the very thought of that the other way round. LOL

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