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Too easy to be distracted and lose hope

As a child in Mayo, I always had a great sense of the potential for hope that comes with this time of the year. We had three wooden lake boats for fishing on Lough Mask, and every winter, they were upturned in our garden and allowed to hibernate against the harsh winds and rain while the fishing season remained shut. And then in late January, the boats would be turned again and the process of getting them ready for a new season would begin.

Gardenwise | Finding hope in Falling Leaves

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As far as I can make out we’ve only had one bank holiday since New Year’s Day without a lockdown in place. History will judge whether the damage caused was justified, but for now one thing at least is certain: damage is being done. This week I’d like to encourage you, if you possibly can, to let nature help you undo at least some of that damage; or if that’s not possible, to help you cope with it and give you hope for the future.

Keeping hope alive in challenging times

We can learn a lot from previous generations. Think about our ancestors who survived the Famine, wars, high child mortality rates, poor medical care and working conditions, the scourge of TB, and shortage of money.

Keeping hope alive in challenging times

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We can learn a lot from previous generations. Think about our ancestors who survived the Famine, wars, high child mortality rates, poor medical care and working conditions, the scourge of TB, and shortage of money.

In spite of all, there are reasons to be hopeful

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In Joyce's Ulysses, the anti-Semitic headmaster Mr Deasy, claims "Ireland has the honour of being the only country which never persecuted the Jews," an accomplishment he attributes, by a feat of mental gymnastics, to NIMBYism: "Because she never let them in."

Ballaghaderreen hope the small differences can make the big difference

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Little things can make a big difference in sport and in life and on Sunday Ballaghaderreen are hoping that a few little things can see them get over the line against Ballintubber.

Partland releases 'Hope To Love Again' single

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'HOPE TO Love Again' is the new single from Galway singer-songwriter Partland, one that draws on Glen Hansard's raw, intense, emotion, and Adele-like heartbreak.

Still alive and with it all to play for

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Our hope was that Mayo would have something to play for in our final group game against Donegal in Castlebar and that the Super 8 experience wouldn’t turn into a nightmare.

'We hope it will be a new discovery for many people'

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SAY SUE Me have been called surf-rock, C86, shoe gaze, and dream-pop. Truth is, they are all of these. You can hear their roots - Yo La Tengo, The Velvet Underground, Pavement, sixties girl groups - but above all they are indie because they embody a very pure expression of what that means as a sound, as a way of making music, as a way of thinking about life.

Mayo Woman Shares Story of Hope and Recovery Ahead of World Mental Health Day

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October 10 marks World Mental Health Day, a day when mental health awareness and the importance of looking after our mental wellbeing is promoted globally and locally.

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