from The Irish Times 11th May 1996[Items in square brackets have been added since publication] When Eileen discovered she was pregnant she was terrified of telling her mother. “I would have had that baby in a shed or a ditch. […]
by Padraig O’Morain, The Irish Times, Thursday 5th June, 1997 This book would make your blood boil. It tells the story of the ruthless determination of the Catholic Church in this country to export “illegitimate” babies to the United States […]
”Whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again.” When I included this quote from Thich Nhat Hahn’s book The Miracle of Mindfulness in my Daily Bell, it got a wide […]
“At some point during the day, taste the coffee,” she explains. “Notice it and that’s already disciplining your mind. Your mind wanders? It’s supposed to. Just bring it back to tasting the coffee, over and over again, and that’s like […]
Mindfulness means deliberately returning your awareness to the moments of your day while cultivating acceptance in your life. How can you cultivate these qualities in 2017? Use these seven tips to make your year mindful: 1. Remind yourself every morning […]
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