Here's a lovely lesson for all of us at Christmas time, brought to us by our Irish ancestors.
I believe this is a good motto for life.
"May you never forget what is worth remembering,
Or remember what is best forgotten."
As you celebrate the holiday season with family and friends, let this old Irish saying be your guide.
Treasure the special moments with family and friends and forgive and forget the transgressions of the past.
I’ve created a free Christmas printable which you’re welcome to save, print and share with family and friends. Here’s how it looks ….
This image above is sized for perfect pinning on Pinterest.
If you are in the United States or Canada and would like to print this blessing simply click here and you will find a PDF file which is sized for printing on US letterhead.
And if you are in Ireland or the UK or anywhere that prints on A4 size paper, then simply click here and you will find a PDF file which is sized for printing on A4 paper.
Or you may prefer a 5 inch x 7 inch portrait version of this printable.
Thanks for checking out this lovely Irish blessing.
You may wish to return to my complete collection of Irish Christmas blessings.
Thanks so much for stopping by. It’s always lovely to connect with others who share a love of Ireland and all things Irish.
If you’re interested in our Irish American Mom Community, you can learn all about it here.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
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