HOW TO LET GO
To “let go” does not mean to stop caring, it means I can’t do it for someone else.
To “let go” is not to cut myself off, it’s realisation I can’t control another.
To “let go” is not to enable, but to allow learning from natural consequences.
To “let go” is to admit powerlessness, which means the outcome is not in my hands.
To “let go” is not to try to change or blame another, its to make the most of myself.
To “let go” is not to care for but to care about.
To “let go” is not to fix but to be supportive.
To “let go” is not to judge but to allow another to be a human being.
To “let go” is not to be in the middle arranging all the outcomes, but to allow others to affect their destinies.
To “let go” is not to be protective, it’s to permit another to face reality.
To “let go” is not to deny, but to accept.
To “let go” is not to nag, scold or ague, but instead to search out my own shortcomings and correct them.
To “let go” is not to adjust everything to my desires, but to take each day as it comes, and cherish myself in it.
To “let go” is not to criticise and regulate anybody, but to try to become what dream I can be.
To “let go” is not to regret the past, but to grow and live for the future.
To “let go” is to fear less, and love more.
The Christmas Fair was a total success, raising in excess of €12,500.00 for the hall. This happened because of the help and generosity of the people of the parish . The ticket sales within that figure was €6,600.00. This was achieved through the efforts of the group that sold those tickets and the people that bought them. Winners of the raffle were:
1. T.V. Ann Dobbyn, Comeragh View
2. Shaws Voucher Weygold Family, Rathkieran
3. Icon Travel Voucher Niall Mackey, Riverquarter.
4. Dinner for 2 at the Mill Sr. Mary Presentation Convent.
5. Brandy & Whiskey Seamus Crowley, Riverquarter.
6. Christmas Cake Hilda Walsh, Emil.
Our sincere thanks to you and also to those who helped on the day. May we wish you all a Happy New Year.
Mooncoin Community Garden Project Committee
Have been working hard over the past few months on a community garden project for the village. The project is a response to our current economic difficulties and is broadly based, incorporating allotments, job creation and social development aspects. We feel its time to introduce the project to you and invite your involvement and ideas. To this end we have arranged a public meeting in the Parochial Hall for Jan 23, at 8.30pm. All are welcome and if you cannot attend, but still would like to find out what is happening, please feel free to contact Patrick on 087-0670008, or pop into Veritas, Mooncoin (Fr. Graces old residence).
The Day Care Centre
Re-opens on Wednesday, January 14 at 1.30pm. Anyone interested in helping, or attending are more than welcome.
The ongoing works to the Complex have resulted in the downstairs sector of the building being closed. The upstairs area and meeting room will remain in use for the present.
At The Old Vocational School, Slieverue, are to re-commence on Thursday morning/evening January 15, and Tuesday morning January 20, for ten weeks. For more information please phone Annette at 086-8514545 or Yvette at 086-8550221. Whether you want to pursue your hobby or whether you are an absolute beginner, all are welcome.
St. Vincent DePaul
Monthly collection next weekend January 17/18. Conference meeting Tuesday January 20 at 8.00pm.
We welcome into our Faith Community, Cathal Anthony Joy, Portnascully, who was baptised recently.
Nora Walsh, Clogga & Dublin.
We commend to your generous prayers, the following who died recently. Michael Treacy, Elm House, Mick Quinn, Clonmore, Liz Griffin, Comeragh View, Sean Cashin, Roseleigh.
May they Rest in Peace.
Nancy Carberry, Aglish; James O’Brien, Grange; Sean O’Toole, Comeragh View; Liam Mackey, Riverquarter; Martin Dingley, Dunmore East; Alice Walsh, Clogga; Ciss Mackey, Polerone; Eileen Brooks nee Wilson, London; Michael Keane, Ballytarsney; William Doran, Liverpool, Walter Dunphy, Lr. Tubrid; Hannah & William Kearns, Barronswood.