John O’Donohue

“When you learn to love and let yourself be loved, you come home to the hearth of your own spirit. You are warm and sheltered. You are completely at one in the house of your own longing and belonging.”

“I would love to live
like a river flows,
carried by the surprise
of its own unfolding.”

“We do not need to go out and find love; rather, we need to be still and let love discover us.”

“One of the most beautiful gifts in the world is the gift of encouragement. When someone encourages you, that person helps you over a threshold you might otherwise never have crossed on your own.”

“All the possibilities of your human destiny are asleep in your soul. You are here to realize and honor these possibilities. When love comes in to your life, unrecognized dimensions of your destiny awaken and blossom and grow. Possibility is the secret heart of time.”

John O’Donohue 1:11
John O’Donohue reads “Beannacht” 1:40
 Beannacht read by John O’ Donohue 1:14
What is Beauty John O’Donohue: 0:48 to 27:31
Introduction to Celtic Spirituality Mary Meighan 3:23
Celtic Blessings Mary Meighan 6:34
How to find a thin place Andrew Kessler 4:53
Walking in Wonder: Eternal Wisdom for a Modern World
The Inner Landscape of Beauty
Vanished Days: A Musical Memorial Tribute to John O’Donohue 10:15
John O’Donohue At Greenbelt 11:20
Symposium 2012: In Memoriam 6:20
John O’Donohue On Being with Krista Tippett 51:00
2004 CBC interview with Mary Hines 48:27
What is Celtic Spirituality Spiritual Wanderlust 7:50
Braving the Thin Places Julianne Stanz 1:07
Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom