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'Keping A Close Eye On Proceedings!'
(Archived on Tuesday - January - 11/01/2022 )

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  Photo was taken at Tooreenbawn, Millstreet, Co.Cork (Irl)  
A newborn calf keeps a close eye on everything going on all around

On This Day
On Jan 11th 2008 New Zealand mountain climber and explorer Sir Edmund Hillary who was the first to summit Mount Everest died at the age of 88.

Birthday's Today
Mary J Blige (Singer) is 51
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny Hurler Great and Galway manager) is 43
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City Footballer) is 35

Interesting Quote for Today
"You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try." ~Beverly Sills

Saint For Today: Saint Theodosius

Significane of today Amelia Earhart, one of the world's most celebrated female aviators, made the first successful solo flight from Hawaii to California, a distance longer than that from the US to Europe

Did You Know: Tomatoes and Avocados are actually fruits and not vegetables

My Latest Video It is called 'Our Baptism is lifechanging today and everyday' https://youtu.be/YjObgll7KlU (Just copy and paste Tks!)


Thought on Tuesday - January - 11/01/2022

Thought For The Week

'It is with the smallest brushes that the artist paints the most exquisitely beautiful pictures' ~Andre Bessette

We all have our own favourite painting hanging up at home. We may have got it as a gift but the chances are high that you bought it and you did so because it caught your eye and imagination. Lots of brushes are used to create each painting but it's the smallest ones that bring out the finer details.

The same goes with all we do in life. Big sweeping changes and big life changing events in life are rare. It might be tempting to try something big at the start of a new year. But God always invites us to work with the smallest of brushes. We have lots of colours to choose from. It's with all the small bits and pieces put together that God creates something special. That masterpiece is you.

It is the very same with the feast of the baptism of Jesus, which we celebrated at the weekend. We tend to think of our baptism as just a once off event, we know it's a big box ticked and once ticked we don't have to return to it anymore.

But the effects of our baptism last a lifetime. Our baptism is lived out each day. It is like an artist working with the smallest of brushes. It's the small brushes that bring out the finer details. Our baptism brings out the best in us. They all add up into something really special.

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