22 – Extreme Acts of Faerie Kindness

worried fairy (2)

What keeps Tinkerbell awake at night?

Wee Billy’s lost homework? Or sweet Jane’s knotted piggy-tails? Does all this worry give her worry-wrinkles? Yes, yes and probably not.

But, what do the Faerie of Ireland worry about? Do they step in and help wee Billy, or sweet Jane, or are they preoccupied with worrying about deforestation? urban sprawl? or tyrannical leaders?

Of course, kindness can take many forms and sizes.

We know the Good People often help those who have helped one of their own, a farmer here, a bus-driver there…

ireland hunger (2)but is it possible the Good People help their Human neighbours during times of great crisis or chaos?

This week, Kitty takes a look at an old story of Faerie lending a helping hand during Irelands darkest days and ponders if this is more common than we ever imagined.

 

Kitty explains why it’s not only okay to believe in Faeries, but how believing will fill your mind and heart with wonder.

ireland rainbow

To read more stories of encounters with the Good People, share your own story of an encounter, perhaps one handed down through your family, or just an unusual experience, drop in and say hi to Kitty at:

Email: glassonionstories@gmail.com 

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Credits:

‘A little bit of love’ song written by Paul Williams. From the album ‘A little bit of love’ – 1974.

‘If I can stop one heart from breaking’ poem by Emily Dickinson. 1864

‘Love is all’ song by Roger Glover – 1974. Based on ‘‘The Butterfly’s Ball, and the Grasshopper’s Feast’ poem written by William Roscoe, 1802

Theme Music: ‘Irish Coffee’ by Giorgio Di Campo.

Additional Music: ‘Irish Green’ by Myers Music

‘Cloudy’ by Vladimir Khrobystov

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