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Irish Blessings make everyone feel good! In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we offer seven classic lucky blessings for a good life. May you always have Walls for the .

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Irish sayings and proverbs go back hundreds if not thousands of years.

The wisdom that has been passed on is still just as relevant in 2019 as it was when these Irish sayings were first thought up.

Today I am going to break down some 60+ of the most beautiful Irish sayings which I am sure you will love.

I will be sharing each of these quotes on Facebook everyday so be sure to like the Facebook page here.

If you enjoy these you will also enjoy these ancient Irish Celtic symbols. 

Top 65 Irish Sayings & Proverbs You Will Love:

  1. May the road rise up to meet you
  2. May you get all your wishes but one, so that you will always have something to strive for!
  3. You’ve got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was
  4. Who keeps his tongue keeps his friends.
  5. May your home always be too small to hold all your friends.
  6. May the cat eat you, and may the devil eat the cat.
  7. May your heart be light and happy, may your smile be big and wide, and may your pockets always have a coin or two inside!
  8. Every man is sociable until a cow invades his garden.

  9. May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live.
  10. May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been, the foresight to know where you are going, and the insight to know when you have gone too far.
  11. Tis better to spend money like there’s no tomorrow than to spend tonight like there’s no money!
  12. May the saddest day of your future be no worse than the happiest day of your past.
  13. A man loves his sweetheart the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest.
  14. May the roof above you never fall in and those gathered beneath it never fall out.
  15. A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures.
  16. A little fire that warms is better than a big fire that burns.
  17. You’ll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind.
  18. May the hinges of our friendship never grow rusty!
  19. Never scald your lips with another man’s porridge.

  20. There is only one thing worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.
  21. What butter and whiskey won’t cure, there is no cure for – Irish saying
  22. It is often that a person’s mouth broke his nose.
  23. May your heart be light and happy, may your smile be big and wide, and may your pockets always have a coin or two inside!
  24. Lie down with dogs and you’ll rise with fleas.
  25. Always remember that hindsight is the best insight to foresight.
  26. The older the fiddle the sweeter the tune.
  27. May misfortune follow you the rest of your life, and never catch up.
  28.  In every land, hardness is in the north of it, softness in the south, industry in the east, and fire and inspiration in the west.

  29. Men are like bagpipes – no sound comes from them until they are full.
  30. Life is like a cup of tea, it’s all in how you make it! Irish Saying 
  31. A family of Irish birth will argue and fight, but let a shout come from without, and see them all unite.
  32. If you buy what you don’t need you might have to sell what you do.
  33. May misfortune follow you the rest of your life, and never catch up.
  34. All the world’s a stage and most of us are desperately unrehearsed.
  35. It’s easy to halve the potato where there’s love.
  36. Here’s to me, and here’s to you. And here’s to love and laughter. I’ll be true as long as you. And not one moment after.
  37. May you be at the gates of heaven an hour before the devil knows you’re dead!
  38. If your messenger is slow, go to meet him.
  39. If it’s drowning you’re after, don’t torment yourself with shallow water.
  40. May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks. May your heart be as light as a song. May each day bring you bright, happy hours that stay with you all the year long.
  41. A man’s got to do, what a mans got to do. Women must do what he can’t
  42. The best things in life are the people we love, the places we have been and the memories we have made along the way.
  43. Do not resent growing old. Many are denied the privilege.

  44. Here’s to eyes in your heads and none in your spuds.
  45. Forgetting a debt doesn’t mean it’s paid.
  46. I complained that I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet.
  47. Beautiful young people are acts of nature but beautiful old people are works of art.
  48. Two people shorten the road.
  49. A face without freckles is like a sky without stars

  50. A misty winter brings a pleasant spring, a pleasant winter a misty spring.
  51. If he went to a wedding, he’d wait for the christening.
  52. He who has water and peat on his own farm has the world his own way.
  53. A cabin with plenty of food is better than a hungry castle
  54. Beware of the anger of a patient man

  55. It is better to be a coward for a minute than dead the rest of your life.
  56. Wisdom is the comb given to a man after he has lost his hair.
  57. It’s better to pay the butcher than the doctor
  58. God is good but never dance in a small boat.
  59. God made time, but man made haste.
  60. A little fire that warms is better than a big fire that burns.
  61. The old person is a child twice.
  62. Though wisdom is good in the beginning, it is better at the end.
  63. However long the day, the evening will come – Irish Sayings

  64. Don’t fear an ill wind if your haystacks are tied down
  65. A friend’s eye is a good mirror
  66. The cat is always dignified until the dog comes by – Irish saying

Which of these 65 Irish sayings is your favourite? Hard to decide, so many have such great meaning. Be sure to share these Irish sayings with friends, enemies and all those that need it.

You can also enjoy this short video I made of Irish proverbs.

I also enjoyed this Irish proverb, you can click on it to share to your Pinterest board:

If you enjoyed these words of wisdom check out some inspiring sunset quotes, adventure quotes and travel quotes

Or for some more incredible Irish proverbs read this post.

Thanks for reading,

Stephen

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Categories Ancestry, Featured Article, Irish Heritage, Irish Pictures, Irish WisdomTags Irish sayings you need to know, things wise Irish people say, top Irish sayings

Most Irish blessings just say “Irish Blessing” or “An Irish Blessing.” So who the heck is Carole Claire Shannon? Well, it's me. I wrote an Irish blessing last year.

Irish blessings and wishes for St Patrick’s Day

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Here it is: your one-stop shop for St. Patrick’s Day.

Every Irish proverb or saying you could possibly need to know.

Enjoy.

1. If you’re enough lucky to be Irish… You’re lucky enough!

2. Here’s health to your enemies’ enemies!

3. May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live.

4. May the wind always be at your back.

5. May you be at the gates of heaven an hour before the devil knows you’re dead!

6. Here’s to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold pint and another one!

7. Every man is sociable until a cow invades his garden.

8. May neighbours respect you, trouble neglect you, the angels protect you, and Heaven accept you.

9. It’s easy to halve the potato where there’s love.

10. I complained that I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet.

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11. May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been, the foresight to know where you are going, and the insight to know when you have gone too far.

12. May the enemies of Ireland never meet a friend.

13. You’ve got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your father was.

14. May you live to be 100 years, with one extra year to repent.

15. May the roof above you never fall in and those gathered beneath it never fall out.

16. Tis better to spend money like there’s no tomorrow than to spend tonight like there’s no money!

17. May the saddest day of your future be no worse than the happiest day of your past.

18. A man loves his sweetheart the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest.

19. Forgetting a debt doesn’t mean it’s paid.

20. A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures.

21. Here’s to eyes in your heads and none in your spuds.

22. A little fire that warms is better than a big fire that burns.

23. There is no such thing as bad publicity except your own obituary.

24. Do not resent growing old. Many are denied the privilege.

25. If it’s drowning you’re after, don’t torment yourself with shallow water.

26. There’s no need to fear the wind if your haystacks are tied down.

27. Don’t be breaking your shin on a stool that’s not in your way.

28. May the enemies of Ireland never eat bread nor drink whisky, but be tormented with itching without benefit of scratching.

29. May the most you wish for be the least you get.

30. Wherever you go and whatever you do, may the luck of the Irish be there with you.

31. The man who has luck in the morning has luck in the afternoon.

32. Men are like bagpipes – no sound comes from them until they are full.

33. A family of Irish birth will argue and fight, but let a shout come from without, and see them all unite.

34. In every land, hardness is in the north of it, softness in the south, industry in the east, and fire and inspiration in the west.

35. May misfortune follow you the rest of your life, and never catch up.

36. The older the fiddle the sweeter the tune.

37. May the grass grow long on the road to Hell for want of use.

38. Always remember that hindsight is the best insight to foresight.

39. Lie down with dogs and you’ll rise with fleas.

40. May your heart be light and happy, may your smile be big and wide, and may your pockets always have a coin or two inside!

41. It is often that a person’s mouth broke his nose.

42. What butter and whiskey won’t cure, there is no cure for.

43. There is only one thing worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.

44. Here’s to Hell! May the stay there be as fun as the way there!

45. Never scald your lips with another man’s porridge.

46. May the hinges of our friendship never grow rusty!

47. Where the tongue slips, it speaks the truth.

48. May you get all your wishes but one, so that you will always have something to strive for!

49. May your home always be too small to hold all your friends.

50. You’ll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind.

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    SOME choice Irish words of wisdom will rarely go amiss when it comes to important occasions with family and friends.

    Whether it's wishing those closest to you well or a celebration that deserves the perfect toast, here's a list of some of the best and most popular Irish blessings...

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    1. May the best day of your past be the worst day of your future.

    2. May the lilt of Irish laughter lighten every load.

    3. May the mist of Irish magic shorten every road and may your friends remember the favours you are owed.

    4. Let your heart be glad for the harvest done and may your winter be warm the whole season long.

    5. May the winds of fortune sail you, may you sail a gentle sea, may it always be the other guy who says this drink's on me.

    May the winds of fortune sail you

    6. May the blessings of each day be the blessings you need the most.

    7. May luck be your friend in whatever you do and may trouble be always a stranger to you.

    8. May you have warm words on a cold evening, a full moon on a dark night, and a smooth road all the way to your door.

    9. May the rains sweep gently across your fields, may the sun warm the land, may every good seed you have planted bear fruit and may late summer find you standing in fields of plenty.

    10. May peace and plenty be the first to lift the latch to your door and happiness be your guest today and evermore.

    11. May you live as long as you want but never want as long as you live.

    May love and laughter light your days

    12. May you always find three welcomes in life, in a garden during summer, at a hearth during winter and in the hearts of friends throughout all your years.

    13. May the most you wish for be the least you get.

    14. May love and laughter light your days and warm your hearth and home.

    15. May good and faithful friends be yours, wherever you may roam.

    16. May peace and plenty bless your world with a joy that long endures and may all life's passing seasons bring the best to you and yours.

    Happy Irish Blessings & Sayings. An Old Short Irish Blessing. May love and laughter light your days, And warm your heart and home, May good and faithful.

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    Some St. Patrick’s Day blessings to use all year round

    In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, we have compiled some of our favorite St. Patty’s Day sayings, blessings, quotes, toasts and greetings. The origin of these inspiring and sometimes funny St. Patrick’s Day sayings spans from memorable Irish writers to traditional St. Patrick’s Day expressions.

    So, here’s to you, your friends and family, may the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.

     

    May the Irish hills caress you.

    May her lakes and rivers bless you.

    May the luck of the Irish enfold you.

    May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.

    ———————-

    May there always be work for your hands to do,

    May your purse always hold a coin or two.

    May the sun always shine warm on your windowpane,

    May a rainbow be certain to follow each rain.

    May the hand of a friend always be near you,

    And may God fill your heart with gladness to cheer you.

     

     

    “May you live all the days of your life.”

    May those who love us love us.

    And those that don’t love us,

    May God turn their hearts.

    And if He doesn’t turn their hearts,

    May he turn their ankles,

    So we’ll know them by their limping.

     

    “May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.”

    The reason the Irish are always fighting each other

    Is they have no other worthy opponents.

    ———————-

    May you live as long as you want,

    And never want as long as you live.

    “May peace and plenty be the first To lift the latch on your door”

    May your glass be ever full.

    May the roof over your head be always strong.

    And may you be in heaven half an hour before the devil knows you’re dead.

    ———————-

    Here’s to a fellow who smiles

    When life runs along like a song.

    And here’s to the lad who can smile

    When everything goes dead wrong.

    “May the strength of three be in your journey.”

    May the Good Lord take a liking to you,

    … but not too soon!

    ———————-

    An old Irish recipe for longevity:

    Leave the table hungry.

    Leave the bed sleepy.

    Leave the bar thirsty.

    ———————-

    Always remember to forget

    The things that made you sad.

    But never forget to remember

    “May the luck of the Irish be there with you.”

    As you slide down the banister of life,

    May the splinters never point the wrong way.

    ———————-

    Always remember to forget

    The troubles that passed away.

    But never forget to remember

    The blessings that come each day.

    ———————-

    If you’re lucky enough to be Irish…

    You’re lucky enough!

    ———————-

    Tis better to buy a small bouquet

    And give to your friend this very day,

    Than a bushel of roses white and red

    To lay on his coffin after he’s dead.

     

    “Now sweetly lies old Ireland Emerald green beyond the foam.”

    May the blessings of each day

    Be the blessings you need most.

    ———————-

    Life is like a cup of tea,

    it’s all in how you make it!

    ———————-

    We cannot share this sorrow

    If we haven’t grieved a while.

    Nor can we feel another’s joy

    Until we’ve learned to smile.

    I complained that I had no shoes

    Until I met a man who had no feet.

    ———————-

    St. Patrick was a gentleman

    Who through strategy and stealth

    Drove all the snakes from Ireland.

    Here’s toasting to his health.

    But not too many toastings

    Lest you lose yourself and then

    Forget the good St. Patrick

    And see all those snakes again.

    ———————-

    May the enemies of Ireland never meet a friend.

    “Do not resent growing old. Many are denied the privilege.”

    For the test of the heart is trouble

    And it always comes with years.

    And the smile that is worth the praises of earth

    Is the smile that shines through the tears.

    ———————-

    What is Irish diplomacy?

    It’s the ability to tell a man to go to hell,

    So that he will look forward to making the trip.

    ———————-

    An Irish method for tackling problems:

    There comes a time when you must take the bull

    By the tail and face the situation squarely.

     

    “There are only two kinds of people in the world, The Irish and those who wish they were.

    May the leprechauns be near you,

    To spread luck along your way.

    And may all the Irish angels,

    Smile upon you St. Patrick’s Day.

    ———————-

    May the joys of today

    Be those of tomorrow.

    The goblets of life

    Hold no dregs of sorrow.

    ———————-

    May the saddest day of your future be no worse

    Than the happiest day of your past.

    ———————-

    Health and a long life to you.

     

    Land without rent to you.

    A child every year to you.

    And if you can’t go to heaven,

    May you at least die in Ireland.

    ———————-

    May you have:

    No frost on your spuds,

    No worms on your cabbage.

    May your goat give plenty of milk.

    And if you inherit a donkey,

    May she be in foal.

    ———————-

    May you live long,

    Die happy,

    And rate a mansion in heaven.

    ———————-

    May the road rise to meet you.

    May the wind be always at your back.

    May the sun shine warm upon your face.

    And rains fall soft upon your fields.

    And until we meet again,

    May God hold you in the hollow of His hand.

    ———————-

    May the luck of the Irish possess you.

    May the devil fly off with your worries.

    May God bless you forever and ever.

    ———————-

    Ireland, sir, for good or evil,

    No other place under Heaven.

    And no man can touch its sod

    Or breathe its air without becoming

    Better or worse.

    ———————-

    There are only two kinds of people in the world, The Irish

    And those who wish they were.

    ———————-

    You’re not as young as you used to be.

    But…

    You’re not as old as you’re going to be.

    So watch it!

    ———————-

    Do not resent growing old.

    Many are denied the privilege.

    ———————-

    May the Lord keep you in His hand

    And never close His fist too tight.

    ———————-

    Murphy’s Law:

    Nothing is as easy as it looks.

    Everything takes longer than you expect.

    And if anything can go wrong,

    It will at the worst possible moment.

     

    “May the sun shine warm upon your face.”

    Here’s to you and yours

    And to mine and ours.

    And if mine and ours

    Ever come across to you and yours,

    I hope you and yours will do

    As much for mine and ours

    As mine and ours have done

    For you and yours!

    ———————-

    May the most you wish for

    Be the least you get.

    ———————-

    May the luck of the Irish

    Lead to happiest heights

    And the highway you travel

    Be lined with green lights.

    ———————-

    Grant me a sense of humor, Lord,

    The saving grace to see a joke,

    To win some happiness from life,

    And pass it on to other folk.

     

    “May you have: No frost on your spuds.”

    Ireland, it’s the one place on earth

    That heaven has kissed

    With melody, mirth,

    And meadow and mist.

    ———————-

    May your troubles be less

    And your blessings be more.

    And nothing but happiness

    Come through your door.

    ———————-

    May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks.

    May your heart be as light as a song.

    May each day bring you bright happy hours,

    That stay with you all year long.

    ———————-

    For each petal on the shamrock

    This brings a wish your way

    Good health, good luck, and happiness

    For today and every day.

     

    “Health and a long life to you. Land without rent to you.”

    May your heart be warm and happy

    With the lilt of Irish laughter

    Every day in every way

    And forever and ever after.

    ———————-

    Now sweetly lies old Ireland

    Emerald green beyond the foam,

    Awakening sweet memories,

    Calling the heart back home.

    ———————-

    May the blessings of light be upon you,

    Light without and light within.

    And in all your comings and goings,

    May you ever have a kindly greeting

    From them you meet along the road.

    ———————-

    Wherever you go and whatever you do,

    May the luck of the Irish be there with you.

     

    “Life is like a cup of tea, it’s all in how you make it!”

    May you be poor in misfortune,

    Rich in blessings,

    Slow to make enemies,

    And quick to make friends.

    But rich or poor, quick or slow,

    May you know nothing but happiness

    From this day forward.

    ———————-

    Like the goodness of the five loaves and two fishes,

    Which God divided among the five thousand men,

    May the blessing of the King who so divided

    Be upon our share of this common meal.

     

    “If you’re lucky enough to be Irish… You’re lucky enough!”

    May you have food and raiment,

    A soft pillow for your head,

    May you be forty years in heaven

    Before the devil knows you’re dead.

    ———————-

    The health of all Ireland

    and of County Mayo,

    And when that much is dead,

    may we still be on the go.

     

    “An old Irish recipe for longevity… Leave the bar thirsty.”

    Your health one and all,

    from one wall to the other,

    And you outside there

    speak up, brother!

    ———————-

    May brooks and trees and singing hills

    Join in the chorus, too.

    And every gentle wind that blows

    Send happiness to you.

    ———————-

    May the strength of three be in your journey.

    ———————-

    May peace and plenty be the first

    To lift the latch on your door,

    And happiness be guided to your home

    By the candle of Christmas.

     

    “Here’s to a fellow who smiles, When life runs along like a song.”

    May your right hand always

    Be stretched out in friendship

    And never in want.

    ———————-

    May there be a generation of children

    On the children of your children.

    ———————-

    May you live all the days of your life.

    – Jonathan Swift

    ———————-

    May you have warm words on a cold evening,

    A full moon on a dark night,

    And the road downhill all the way to your door

     

    “May the Good Lord take a liking to you… but not too soon!”

    Here’s that we may always have

    A clean shirt

    A clean conscience

    And a punt in our pocket.

    ———————-

     

    May I see you gray

    And combing your grandchildren’s hair.

     

    “Ireland, sir, for good or evil, No other place under Heaven.”

    May your neighbors respect you,

    Trouble neglect you,

    The angels protect you,

    And heaven accept you.

    ———————-

    Mothers [fathers] hold their children’s hands for just a little while…

    And their hearts forever.

    ———————-

    “It is better to spend money like there’s no tomorrow

    than to spend tonight like there’s no money.”

    – P.J. O’Rourke

     

    “Bless you and yours As well as the cottage you live in.”

    Here’s to a long life and a merry one.

    A quick death and an easy one.

    A pretty girl and an honest one.

    A cold beer-and another one!

    ———————-

    Here’s health to your enemies’ enemies!

     

    “May you always have money in your pocket a woman to love and a smile on your face.”

    May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been

    the foresight to know where you’re going

    and the insight to know when you’re going too far.

    ———————-

    Health and a long life to you.

    Land without rent to you.

    A child every year to you.

    And if you can’t go to heaven,

    May you at least die in Ireland.

     

    “May the wind always be at your back.”

    Bless you and yours

    As well as the cottage you live in.

    May the roof overhead be well thatched

    And those inside be well matched.

    ———————-

    Here’s to you, as good as you are.

    Here’s to me as bad as I am.

    As good as you are and as bad as I am,

    I’m as good as you are, as bad as I am.

    ———————-

    May you have warm words on a cold evening,

    a full moon on a dark night,

    and a smooth road all the way to your door.

    ———————-

    May you be poor in misfortune,

    rich in blessings,

    slow to make enemies,

    quick to make friends.

    But rich or poor, quick or slow,

    may you know nothing but happiness

    from this day forward.

     

    May I see you gray, And combing your grandchildren’s hair.”

     

    Bottoms up or bottoms down,

    Either way no one will frown.-Mike Anderson

    – Mike Anderson

     

    “May you have warm words on a cold evening.”

    May the leprechauns dance over your bed and bring you sweet dreams.

    ———————-

    Experience is the comb that life gives a bald man.

    ———————-

    Here’s to you and here’s to me.

    May we never disagree.

    But should we start to fight and ‘cuss,

    Here’s to me.

    – Frank Masterson

     

    “Every man is sociable until a cow invades his garden.”

    Here’s to it and for it and do it again.

    For those that get to it

    And refuse to do it,

    May never get to it

    To do it again.

    ———————-

    There are good ships and there are wood ships,

    the ships that sail the sea.

    But the best ships are friendships,

    and may they always be.

    ———————-

    Good health, good life, good beer!

    – Ed Quigley

    ———————-

    May the most you wish for is the least you get!

    – Jay O Brain

    ———————-

    Here’s to our wives,

    and here’s to our sweethearts,

    may the two never meet!

    ———————-

    Every man is sociable until a cow invades his garden.

    ———————-

    May you always have money in your pocket

    a woman to love

    and a smile on your face.

    ———————-

    May those who love us, love us.

    And those that don’t love us,

    May God turn their hearts.

    And if He doesn’t turn their hearts,

    May he turn their ankles.

    So we’ll know them by their limping.

     

    “Good health, good life, good beer!”

    May you have length with your days,

    and strength with your step,

    and may each season have a reason

    to celebrate your faith in mankind!

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    To live above with the Saints we love,

    Ah, that is the purest glory.

    To live below with the Saints we know,

    Ah, that is another story.

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    Always remember that hindsight is the best insight to foresight.

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    May the hinges of our friendship never grow rusty!

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    May all your troubles be little ones

    and all your little ones be trouble free.

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    The words that I’ve said I meant when I spoke

    and remember my words of wisdom

    feck’em if you can’t take a joke.

    – Brian O’Toole

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    Perfection is something that cannot be achieved,

    it is something that we strive for.

    – Jara McKee

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    Here’s to Hell!

    May the stay there be as fun as the way there!

     

    Irish blessings and sayings on friendship

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    Ireland has many beautifully crafted blessings and sayings about friendship.

    True friendships are a wonderful thing to have during the best times and especially the worst times. There is an old saying which says if you are friends with a person for more than seven years then you will be friends for life. Here are a list of some of the best Irish blessings and sayings on friendship.

    The four leaves of a clover represent hope, faith, love and luck

    A best friend is like a four leaf clover, Hard to find and lucky to have.
    Friends enjoying sunshine and nature

    May your day be touched with a bit of Irish luck, Brightened by a song in your heart, And warmed by smiles from the people you love.
    A beautiful rainbow over the horizon

    Wishing you a rainbow, For sunlight after showers, Miles and miles of Irish smiles, For golden happy hours, Shamrocks at your doorway, For luck and laughter too, And a host of friends that never ends, Each day your whole life through.
    Sharing a drink among friends

    May love and laughter light your days, and warm your heart and home, May good and faithful friends be yours wherever you may roam.
    New friends sharing a laugh

    There are good ships and there are wood ships, Ships that sail the sea, But the best ships are friendships, May they always be.
    Lifelong friends enjoying each others company

    May the hinges of our friendship never grow rusty.
    A couple enjoying the sea and sand

    As you share your hearts with one another, May they always be loyal and true, And friendship be between you in all that you do.

     

    Kenneth Haynes @IrishCentral and Peter Lee @PulitzerPeter

    Václav Bernard

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    Irish Blessing Quotes are words that wish happiness and success in life. of these blessings are used in wedding and birthday cards as they send good wishes.

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