May dawn find you awake

May dawn find you awake
The tradition and custom of giving Irish blessings, such as May dawn find you awake, goes back to the very earliest times when these special prayers represented wishes for a bountiful harvest or health, wealth and happiness and are also associated with wishes for good fortune and luck. Enjoy the short, simple words to this old Irish Blessing.


May dawn find you awake Irish Blessing

May dawn find you awake and alert, approaching your new day with dreams, possibilities, and promises.
May evening find you gracious and fulfilled.
May you go into the night blessed, sheltered, and protected.
May your soul calm, console, and renew you.

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May dawn find you awake Irish Blessing
The old and traditional words to the May dawn find you awake are highly motivating. If you cannot afford an Irish vacation then pass this famous Irish blessing on to a friend or family member via a text or as an addition to a greeting card for a taste of Ireland. Enjoy the crazy words to this Irish Blessing.

May dawn find you awake Irish Blessing

May dawn find you awake

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May dawn find you awake Irish Blessing

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