Ancient Proverbs: 23 – The Irish.

“You’ve got to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was.”

~ Irish Proverb

(Of course, I must give a shout out to my one and only “Irish Super Woman”, Tric!!!)

You wanna talk about “ancient wisdom”?…this proverb is enough to stop a clock with its truth. 😉

The Celts have been faring the elements of nature and humankind since the dawn of time, it seems. The Irish, especially, are a very wise and old bloodline in our species of human beings. The history of pre-Celtic Europe remains very controversial to date; but according to some scholars, the common root of the Celtic languages, a language known as Proto-Celtic, appeared sometime amidst the Bronze Age around 1200 BC. They mastered engineering feats that were leaps and bounds ahead of their’ times. The folklore belonging to the Irish is unmatched, in my opinion – I even gave my only child a Celtic name (that has deep meaning and symbolism).

11 thoughts on “Ancient Proverbs: 23 – The Irish.

  1. JMC813 says:

    Gotta love the Irish Bloodline. All the stereotypes (however true lol) aside, we are a fucking badass survivor of a tribe.

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  2. kat says:

    I have just nominated you for the Sunshine Award over on my blog. I have posted it and you will find all the info in the post if you choose to do it. Remember, it is ok to skip it!


  3. lbeth1950 says:

    Reblogged this on Nutsrok and commented:

    Love this from Americana Injusticana

    Liked by 1 person

  4. lbeth1950 says:

    Never heard this great proverb! Reblogging


  5. Reminds me of a more contemporary piece of wisdom:

    “If you hate your parents, the man or the establishment, don’t show them up by getting wasted and wrapping your car around a tree. If you really want to rebel against your parents, out-learn them, outlive them, and know more than they do.” — Henry Rollins

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