Celtic spirituality is the spirituality of the edge of the world. It’s the spirituality that stands on windswept rocky shores, gazing westward to the open, stormy sea. It acknowledges that “edge” place in our hearts where time meets eternity, where words fade off into silence, and where heaven silently gazes into the turmoil of earthly life. - Carl Malcolm
(photo by Jaroslaw Grudzinski)
As we all struggle through our daily lives full of more and more challenges, it is good to slow down once in awhile and just breathe. There are a lot of answers out there just waiting to be heard, but the hustle and bustle of life often obscures them.
Whether it be from the point of view of the contemplative Celt, or the Eastern meditator, silence is indeed golden.
One quick way is to close your eyes, take three breaths and listen to a sound from far away.
You may already have noticed that we are converting our pages to a new type font, which is easier to read on a mobile phone. Some have been done, some need work yet.
Secondly, we are getting rid of our Google ads. Our hope was that they would help pay for some of our expenses, but they do not really help.
Eventually, I want to have each of our authors presented on their own link with stories past and present. All of this will take time of course. But getting started is half the battle, as they say.
You may have noticed that we've been busy adjusting our website to create a searchable library of Celtic related information. By posting new articles and reposting older articles directly to this site, versus our former pdf format, we are creating a massive searchable library of Celtic culture.
Plus we've added a recipe section led off by Alison MacRae, and added to recently by Toni-Maree Rowe.
Meanwhile, our Facebook page is growing again, after our wee disaster of a year ago. Thank you to all who participate there, especially Alison.
The process has been a little slow since I was busy writing two books on the Oak Island mystery all through 2017, along with publishing another shorter work early in the year.
Also, you may have notice that I've added the typical Social Media icons for emailing us and for getting to our Facebook page. They are at the right next to the search window.
Replacing the Facebook tab across the top of the page will be an entirely new category helping the reader access what the experts have to say.
In a few cases, we've had what might be considered the world's expert on subjects. In others, we've had substantial scientific professionals providing some amazing information. I've decided they need their own tab. Watch for additions here, as time allows.