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Kiss Me I’m Irish

Kiss Me I'm Irish -Note: The Photo-remedy mission is to encourage those fighting chronic pain and other afflictions to consider using photography as a powerful tool to move their focus away from the pain. In the process, we strive to enhance readers’ ability to see beauty and experience elevated joy in their lives. There are many gifts that can accompany health challenges; one of the greatest offerings is it frequently forces sufferers to set better priorities for their lives and assists them in seeing the world in new and more meaningful ways. 

Are We All Irish on St. Patrick’s Day?

It has been reported that by 1840, nearly half of all entering immigrants into the United States came from Ireland. As a result, it is easy to understand why so many people say, “We are all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day.”  If we trace our roots back, there is a good chance that is true year-round for many Americans. Even if you don’t have a drop of Irish heritage, St. Patrick’s Day is a great time to honor and celebrate an evangelist who is often credited with playing an important part in escalating the rapid spread of Christianity.

In an effort to get us all a “wee bit” excited about March 17th, St. Patrick‘s Day, photoremedy.me offers this colorful look at the West Central Coast of the Emerald Isle. The historic region, from Limerick to Galway, features a number of stunning seaside wonders and the majestic Cliffs of Moher. To view the photoremedy video slide show below in high definition, just click the play button. Hover over the video, then click on the sprocket icon to the left of the clock and select 1080p. HD.

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