Céad Míle Fáilte – A hundred thousand welcomes

On one of the days last week the blog welcomed its 100,000 visitor. It is not a huge number in terms of the big blogs out there and greater numbers say nothing about mindful living in this modern age  as we are continually challenged to switch off and allow space for reflection and non-action in the face of more and more technology usage.  However, my intention is quite simple: To be a small support on any one day to any reader who is trying to move towards more mindful living, or to even one visitor who may be struggling with life’s challenges. So,  I am happy if some of the posts may be of help to some of you who stop by from time to time and those whose visit regularly.  I would like to take the opportunity to use the traditional Irish greeting –  Céad míle fáilte,  A hundred thousand welcomes –  to all who visit  and to thank everyone for their readership and comments, support, practice and presence.

7 thoughts on “Céad Míle Fáilte – A hundred thousand welcomes

  1. This blog is one of my favorite stops. I’m into what it’s all about and many days I need a reminder or just a hand up to stay on track.

  2. Congratulations on your milestone Karl! I love and appreciate your daily reminders and am so happy that you care about all of us humans enough to dedicate part of your own daily practice to this. I hope you keep sending out your tidbits of wisdom for a long time to come! SB

  3. And now, how do you say ceade mille “thanks” in Gaelic. I am serious, would love to know

    Ceade mille thanks

    Mike

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