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The run up to Christmas can be stressful enough, but when we are also in a second lockdown and things seem full of uncertainty it can play havoc with our mental health. Maybe you have had enough of it all, and are feeling sick and tired of the situation and slipping into melancholy and depression. Chinese medicine, which uses powerful acupressure points and food-medicine for the body and soul, has some simple, easy tips to take care of yourself and raise your mood.
That happiness - what it is, where is it found, and how to hold onto and maximise it - is big business these days is obvious to anyone browsing the ever-expanding New Age section of book shops, large and small. Titles like The Seven Steps to Happiness or How to be Happy 365 Days a Year and dozens of others all promise to show how happiness can be achieved easily, painlessly, and permanently.
Almost 2,000 years ago, the Roman philosopher Seneca addressed many of the same difficulties and flukes of fate with which we are now ourselves grappling.
Right now, we should all be getting ready to enjoy the final weekend of the 2020 Galway International Arts Festival. The arts festival has grown from tiny beginnings in 1977, when a few students at UCG - as NUI Galway was then known - who had no money, still had big ideas, energy, and enthusiasm.
There are 15 days to the UK general election, and as much of a feast as it is for political anoraks like Insider, and as much as he will enjoy binge-watching the coverage on BBC and Channel 4, it is at the front of his mind that the Irish General Election is itself, only months away.
The relics of Blessed Karl, the Last Emperor of Austria, will come to Galway Cathedral on Thursday November 21. Holy Mass in honour of Blessed Karl of Austria will be celebrated in Galway Cathedral at 7:30pm. Blessed Karl is one of the very few official saints of the Church who was also a husband and father.
I WAS 11 when the first Harry Potter book came out, the same age Harry is in the story. I read those books - and only those books - repeatedly for a good 10 years (If I’m being honest 20 years).