Thought for the Week – Pay Attention

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’Pay attention Sleeman’ – how many times did I hear that?  In the classroom …not so much on the playing
fields. I am not sure it did any good. But now I know that paying attention is key – if I don’t
pay attention I may miss out on many of the riches of life.  Even the All Black’s discovered that success
is about controlling  attention under pressure.
Religion used to hold our attention – its rituals, fasts and feasts all designed to direct our attention to the
sacred. Lent used to get my attention when I was young – Ramadan certainly gets the attention of the
Muslims among us… fasting from sun rise to sun set.
But today it is our gadgets – social media – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter,  online shopping, box set
bingeing which are busy harvesting our attention – and we  let them have it cheaply – And we DO miss out on
many of  the riches that life has to offer.
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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 9th Sept 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Eugene O’Malley, Madaboy, Murroe

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

James Humphreys and

Pat and Nora Ryan                                                        7pm this Saturday

Mary, Harry and Tommy Coleman and

Mike and Mary Holmes and

Marie Joyce                                                                  11.30am this Sunday

Deceased members of the Owens Family, Glenstal         10am this Monday

Pat Gleeson                                                                  7pm next Saturday

Breda O’Brien                                                              11.30am next Sunday

Boher

Celest Bartley                                                               10am this Sunday

Bartholomew and Eileen Hanley                                                10am next Sunday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Pat Madigan.

Murroe: Elizabeth Power-Lynch 7pm, Willie Carey 9am, Breda White 11.30am

The AGM of Murroe Community Council will be held this Monday September 10th, 2018 at 7.30pm in the Fitzgerald Room, Muintir na Tire Hall. All are welcome.

PROLIFE would like to thank all who contributed so generously to the Church Gate collection last Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd September. The sum collected was €544.80. There will be a special meeting on Monday 10th September at 8pm in the Greenhills Hotel and all are welcome. See the posters in the Church Porch.

MULCAIR MEN’S SHED OPEN DAY – this Sunday, 9th September from 2:30 to 5:30 pm. All welcome

🎶🎶 Choirs resume practice on Thursday 13th September. Juniors 5.00 to 6.00 pm in sacristy, Seniors 8.00 to 9.30 pm in sacristy. New members welcome to both choirs. Contact Marian 086 8885619 🎶🎶

Tractor Run will take place on Sunday next 16th September. This year the collection will go to Down Syndrome Limerick and Murroe Church Window repairs. Donation buckets will be available on the day.

Painting Art Classes resuming in Murroe hall on Thursday the 20th of Sept from 7-9pm.  No experience is needed. Absolute beginners are very welcome. 12 weeks. €15 Euro pay as you go weekly.  Some materials and refreshments supplied, just please bring your own acrylic paints and brushes. Please text Jenny on 085-7237256, email jenny28111987@gmail.com or look for Jennifer Lynch artist on Facebook to book a place

Craobh Pheig Uí Riain (Murroe/Cappamore Comhaltas) will host music singing and Irish classes again for the coming year. Registration will take place on Monday 10th September from 6pm to 7pm at Scoil Chaitríona Cappamore. Regular classes will then commence on Monday 17th September at 6.20 pm to 8.50 pm.at Scoil Chaitríona Cappamore. Tuition is given by very experienced teachers and students are prepared for SCT exams run by Comhaltas along with Fleadh Cheoil competitions. All traditional instruments are taught including Tin Whistle, Flute, Fiddle, Concertina, Button Accordion, Banjo, Bodhrán. Classes are suitable for beginners, improvers and advanced levels. There will be classes in both Irish and English singing and also conversational Irish language. Enquiries to 061 381269 or 061 381414

Denis Holmes will hold a Coffee Morning in aid of Milford Hospice in their showrooms on FRIDAY 21st September 10am – 2pm. Everyone Welcome to this very worthy fundraiser.

TABLE QUIZ Boher Community Development Association will hold a Table Quiz Friday, 21 September at 8.30 pm in Pa McGrath’s, Boher. All proceeds will go towards the upgrade of Boher Community Centre which is in progress at the moment.  All support for this worthy cause would be very much appreciated.  Great night promised, lots of spot prizes.

Boher Parish Calendar 2019 Boher Parish Calendar project team will be producing a parish calendar again for 2019. All members of the community are invited to submit photos for consideration. Old or modern photos will be accepted and can be related to a number of topics: historical interest, landscape, parish events, etc. Photos can be given to any of the Community Development Association members. Photos will be scanned/copied and originals will be returned within 5 days.

The Valley Golf Society held its annual Captain’s Prize, at Ballykisteen Golf Club, in glorious sunshine, on 01/09/18. Results as follows; 5th place PJ Joyce – 37pts. 4th place Tom Ryan – 39pts. 3rd place Brian Quinn – 41pts. 2nd place Jerry Doherty – 41 pts (back9). 1st Darren Dunlea – 43 pts. Thanks to everyone involved and for the large turnout on the day. Next outing is on the 13/10/18, in Tipperary Golf Club at 11 am.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team news: The A team lost out by a goal to nil to both Moyross Utd and Mungret Regional in the past week. Injuries are a problem at the moment with the games coming thick and fast. With injured players returning the tide will turn for sure. The B team had a fine 6-1 win over Abbey Rovers, the C team lost out on a score line of 3-1 to local rivals Lisnagry. The ladies team had a well earned 2-2 draw against Listowel Celtic.

Remember, Murroe AFC-The First 50 Years, the clubs fabulous history book is still on sale at English’s and Spar. Priced at €15.

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Bee Blogs – August 2018

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You will, I hope be reaping the harvest from the wonderful summer. That said, I noted last week that my mother, living in Clonakilty had no apples at all on her four or five trees whereas last year the trees were groaning with fruit. Her big complaint was that no one came to rob them…. ‘They must all be too busy on their phones’, was her comment!

My bees made a recovery during the year and are stronger going into the autumn. I was glad to find  plenty of brood which should provide a good supply of winter bees.

I have taken off some honey but have left them with plenty and so I am not feeding them any sugar syrup.

There is always the question of how best to clear the bees from the honey supers.  Carbolic Acid was used for this process but only worked if temperatures did not get too low. It was a dangerous both for bees and beekeeper and it is banned today. Another chemical Propionic Anhydride was used in the 1960’s – it too failed if temperatures were not high enough.

Benzaldehyde (smells like almonds)  was another chemical I tried but it is no longer in use. I use ‘Bee Quick’ which is very efficient and safe. It is a mix of natural oils and herb extracts. I spray it on a fume board (40mm wooden frame with an absorbent cloth stretched over it-  you could simply pour on an absorbent cloth) and place it on top of a super and the bees clear in a matter of minutes.

Why do bees like honey

A young person asked me recently, “why do bees like honey”? It is a good question. Bees like plants which produce nectar with a high sugar content. The higher the sugar content the better they like it. Hence they go for dandelion rather then for apple blossom and it is why they love oil seed rape as it has a very high sugar content. But honey is what they love best – nectar is mainly water with a small amount of sugars – the bees process it to form honey by adding enzymes and driving off much of the water.  Twenty five pounds of nectar yields approximately five pounds of honey. A National honey super contains about 25lbs. To fill a super with 25lb of capped honey the bees need to drive off over 100lbs of water!  So honey with its high sugar content is the bees favourite. All the work has been done – the water content reduced and the sugars processed.

An new treatment for Varroa!

I read recently about interesting work in Poland on the use of rhubarb (Rheum rhaponticum) leaves to treat varroa. Rhubarb leaves contain small amounts of oxalic acid. It is most active in gaseous form and small amounts can kill varroa mites.  The evaporating oxalic acid fumes in the brood nest hinders the build up of Varroa in early summer when the colony is particularly vulnerable with a large amount of open brood.

TO USE: Fresh rhubarb leaves together with their stalks are place on the brood chamber when the first supers are added in May. The stalks are crushed with a hammer.

After three or four days most all of the soft parts of leaves will be shredded and removed from the hive by the bees releasing oxalic acid and allowing the fumes to circulate through the hive.

The recommended treatment is to use rhubarb 10 times between May to Mid- September.

Much more experimentation is needed but there are positive results.  Mite drop has been monitored and results show that using rhubarb leaves in summer reduces the mite population

Warning about feeding sugar syrup.
A study in the US has shown that syrup may contribute to U.S. colony collapse. Bee keepers who use corn syrup and other honey substitutes as bee feed may be contributing to colony collapse by depriving the insects of compounds that strengthen their immune systems, according to a recent study.

U.S. bee keepers lost nearly a third of their colonies last winter continuing the on-going and largely unexplained decline in the bee population that could hurt the U.S. food supply.

A bee’s natural food is its own honey, which contains compounds like p-coumaric acid that appear to help detoxify and strengthen a bee’s immunity to disease, according to a study by scientists at the University of Illinois.

“The widespread apicultural use of honey substitutes, including high-fructose corn syrup, may thus compromise the ability of honey bees to cope with pesticides and pathogens and contribute to colony losses,” according to the study, which was published on May 28 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Apiary Inspectors of America said in May that more than 30% of America’s managed honeybee colonies were lost during the winter of 2012-13, up sharply from around 22% the previous winter but still close to the six-year average. The losses vary year to year, but a huge and prolonged multiyear decline threatens the species and crop pollination

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 2nd Sept 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: James (Jim) Holmes, Cobh and Murroe. Months Mind Mass will take place in Murroe Church on Saturday 29th September at 7pm

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Michael Leahy                                                              7pm this Saturday

Michael O’Brien                                                           9am this Sunday

John, Michael and Nell Kett and

Teresa (Leasie) Nicholas                                               11.30 this Sunday

Deceased members of the Owens Family, Glenstal         10am next Friday

James Humphreys and

Pat and Nora Ryan                                                        7pm next Saturday

Mary, Harry and Tommy Coleman and

Mike and Mary Holmes and

Marie Joyce                                                                  11.30am next Sunday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Esther Reilly.

Murroe: Nora Lonergan 7pm, Suzanne Barron 9am, Breda Byrnes 11.30am

Eucharistic Adoration Boher: New people are required to help with Eucharistic Adoration. If you can spare some time between 10am and 4pm on Thursday’s, please come along.

Holy Ghost Missions: Fr Brian McLaughlin will talk at all Masses in Murroe and Boher next weekend, 8th & 9th September

Tractor Run will take place on Sunday 16th September. This year the collection will go to Down Syndrome Limerick and Murroe Church Window repairs. Donation buckets will be available on the day.

Marian Club reopens on Wednesday next 5th September at 8pm in Muintir na Tire Hall, Murroe. New members always welcome.

ICA. The ICA will resume after the Summer Holidays – meeting on Tuesday 4th September in the Cannon Hayes room in Muintir na Tire hall. Lots of social events to be planned for the coming months. Our guest speaker for the night will be a Beautician. New members most welcome

The AGM of Murroe Community Council will be held on Monday September 10th, 2018 at 7.30pm in the Fitzgerald Room, Muintir na Tire Hall. All are welcome.

Painting Art Classes resuming in Murroe hall on Thursday the 20th of sept from 7-9pm.  No experience is needed. Absolute beginners are very welcome. 12 weeks. €15 Euro pay as you go weekly.  Some materials and refreshments supplied, just please bring your own acrylic paints and brushes. Please text Jenny on 085-7237256, email jenny28111987@gmail.com or look for Jennifer Lynch artist on Facebook to book a place

Murroe/Boher Camogie Club: Best of luck to our intermediate team who play Patrickswell on Saturday (Sept 1st) at 6.30pm in Boher. This is a must win game for our girls as they strive for a semi-final spot. Our thanks to Claughan & Treaty Gaels who hosted a fantastic U6 & U8 fun day that our girls attended along with the Bord na nOg boys, a great day was had by all. On Saturday (1st Sept) we will host an U8 blitz with teams from Cappamore, Blackrock/Effin and Patrickswell all attending. Well done to Ciara Oliver, Orlaith Hickey, Sophie Quaid and Sarah Jane Flynn who are part of the Ahane-Murroe/Boher team who beat Monaleen during the week to make it 4 wins from 4. Next Tuesday they play Blackrock/Effin. Hard luck to our U16 team who lost to Kileedy in their first round. Next Thursday they will play Monaleen away. Best of luck to all our teams and please come out and support our girls.

Murroe Boher Bord na nOg, would like to congratulate Seamus Hickey and the Limerick Team on winning the All Ireland. We would also like to congratulate, Euan Sheridan, Killian Quaid and Brian O’ Keeffe, all of whom played with Limerick u14’s last Weekend. The Club would like to invite everyone to the official opening of our new Ball Wall Astro Turf facility on Sunday 16th September at 2.00pm. This will be run after the Tractor run, in Harty Park. The Liam McCarty Cup will be there as well as a BBQ, lots of games for all the family. This will be a great day family fun day for all the parish, so save the date.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team news: The A team had a good win on a scoreline of 3-1 at home against Coonagh Utd and lost out to Fairview Rangers on a 3-1 scoreline during the past week. The B team drew 2-2 with Kilmallock, and beat Janesboro 4-1, while the C team lost out 3-0 to Parkville. The ladies team, have been struggling with injuries and lost out 3-0 to Regional Utd, and 6-3 to Lifford in 2 cup semi-finals in the past week. Keep an eye on the club’s Facebook Page for up to date fixtures and results.

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Thought for the Week – The glory of God is manifested as light

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There was a time when family homes in Ireland had a picture of the sacred Heart and perhaps an altar of holy pictures. At one time, when I was growing up, I had an altar in my bedroom.
These holy pictures depicting various saints, had a yellow rimmed halo around the saints head. This halo was not attached to them but radiated out from their heads and was expression of their sanctity. Somehow these people had become so transparent to the sacred that the invisible world of divinity was shining through them.
In many religious traditions, the glory of God is manifested as light. For me there were moments during Pope Francis’ visit last week that he seemed to radiate that very light.
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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 26th August 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Mairead Hayes and

Mary and Steve Casey and

Margaret O’Dwyer                                                        7pm this Saturday

Liam Cooke                                                                  11.30am this Sunday

Michael Leahy                                                              7pm next Saturday

Michael O’Brien                                                           9am next Sunday

John, Michael and Nell Kett and

Teresa (Leasie) Nicholas                                               11.30next Sunday

Boher

Paddy McLoughlin                                                        10am this Sunday

Jerry O’Leary and Josie and John Quinn                                    9.30am next Thursday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Eamon Tuohey.

Murroe: Evelyn Lorigan 7pm, Josie Meade 9am, Saundra Ni Chiosog 11.30am

Pro-Life: A collection will be held for Pro-Life next weekend of 1st/2nd September. Your generosity will be appreciated.

Excursion: Murroe-Boher Historical Society’s annual excursion will take place on Saturday, September 1, with bus leaving Murroe Church at 8.15 a.m. SHARP. The trip will include a visit to the Irish Workhouse Centre, Portumna; Redwood Castle (a Gaelic tower house, home to the O’Kennedys, Lords of Ormond, and later on to the Brehon School of Mac Aodhagáin (MacEgan)/site of O’Sullivan Beare battle);  lunch at the Ferry Inn Bar & Restaurant, Lorrha (to include tea/coffee and sandwiches); Lackeen Castle (O’Kennedy stronghold/sixteenth-century tower house); Lorrha Monastic Village (holy well,  tenth/eleventh-century church, motte and bailey, fifteenth/sixteenth-century Augustinian  Priory, thirteenth-century Dominican Priory, including remains of horizontal mill); tour to conclude with dinner at Friar’s Tavern (to include main course, desert and tea/coffee).

Cost of package (including lunch and dinner): €45 per person for historical society members OR €65 per person to non-members. All welcome. To book a place on the tour please give your name to Thomas Holmes (086)3642673 or Gráinne Keays (086)8342734.

Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish, on Saturday 1st September. Music by Jimmy Hogan. Tea Served. Admission €10. Great night guaranteed.

LCFE Cappamore Campus is now enrolling for full and part-time courses starting in September. Courses include Animal Care, Construction Technology, Childcare, Healthcare, Nursing Studies and many more.  Apply online at www.lcfe.ie phone 061 381272 or call into the College for further details.

Murroe/Boher Camogie Club: Hard luck to our intermediate team who lost out to Crecora last weekend in their second championship fixture. Next Saturday (1st Sept) they will play Patrickswell at home. Well done to our minor team who kept their winning streak going against Bruff/Kilmallock in a very high scoring game. The girls have a break until October 6th for their second round. Well done to Ciara Oliver, Sarah Jane Flynn, Sophie Quaid and Orlaith Hickey who are part of the Ahane-Murroe/Boher team who have won their first four championship games. Next Tuesday (28th August) they will play Monaleen in Ahane. Next Friday sees our U16 team get their season up and running with fixture TBC. Our U6 & U8 players travelled to Claughan on Saturday for a fun day of camogie. Congratulations to Seamus Hickey and the Limerick senior hurling team on a fantastic win last weekend, a great achievement.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team news: The A team had a good win on a scoreline of 5-2 away to Summerville and then lost out to local rivals Cappamore on a 3-2 scoreline during the past week. The B team  drew 1-1 with Meanus, and beat Prospect Priory 4-1, while the C team lost out 4-2 to Coonagh Utd. The ladies team had a convincing 6-2 win against Moyross in the LWSSL Junior Cup. Keep an eye on the club’s Facebook Page for up to date fixtures and results.

Congratulations to Seamus Hickey and the Limerick hurlers on their fantastic win from all in Murroe AFC. It was great to see the scenes of joy that followed over the past week. A well deserved triumph after all those years. Here’s to many more!

Murroe AFC’s new book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15.

Murroe Website EditorMurroe / Boher Newsletter 26th August 2018
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Thought for the Week – Words have Power

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Words have power and deeply influence our lives. They seep into our consciousness and influence our emotions and our behaviour.
They shape how we see the world. The effect can be very harmful especially if our language is judgemental and cruel.
Because of this it is important to take note of the language you use. It took me a while to notice many of my words were harsh and judge-mental. Since that discovery I have tried to change them and use words that are more compassionate and kind.
Instead of  ‘but’, I use ‘and’, instead of ‘have to’, I use, ‘want to’, or ‘choose to’, instead of saying, ‘that is impossible’, I say, ‘it has yet to be done’.
Someone I read recently says that, “language exerts a hidden power on us like the moon on the tides.”
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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 19th August 2018

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Mairead Hayes and

Mary and Steve Casey                                                  7pm next Saturday

Liam Cooke                                                                  11.30am next Sunday

Boher

Paddy McLoughlin                                                        10am next Sunday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Marie O’Flynn.

Murroe: Breda Fitzpatrick 7pm, Mary O’Brien 9am, Tom Seaver 11.30am

Church Help: We require a person who can assist 5 times per year in the distribution of Church Collection Envelopes. The area where help is required is Cappanahanna. If you can help us, then please give your name to either of our Priest’s.

Pro-Life: A collection will be held for Pro-Life on weekend of 1st/2nd September. Your generosity will be appreciated.

A Coffee Morning: Sincere thanks to all who contributed towards Fr Tommy Laffan’s projects in Kenya. A total of €1710 was donated. These monies will be of great assistance with Fr Tommy’s work. Mile Buiochas

LCFE Cappamore Campus is now enrolling for full and part-time courses starting in September. Courses include Animal Care, Construction Technology, Childcare, Healthcare, Nursing Studies and many more.  Apply online at www.lcfe.ie phone 061 381272 or call into the College for further details.

Rearcross Tidy Towns Monster BBQ Fundraiser – Rearcross Tidy Towns are holding a monster BBQ with Music at Kennedys in Rearcross on Saturday 25th August at 8pm.  Tickets are on sale for €5 – available from all committee members and at Kennedys Shop Rearcross.  A raffle will be held with many Spot Prizes to be given out.  Come along and join us for a great evening of Music, Song and Dance.

Murroe/Boher Camogie Club: Best of luck to our intermediate team who play their second championship game against Crecora at 7pm on Saturday in Crecora. Well done to our minor team who got their second win in the championship against Bruff/Kilmallock on Friday evening. Best of luck also to Seamus Hickey and the Limerick senior hurling team in the All Ireland final.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team news: The A team lost out on a scoreline of 2-1 to Athlunkard Villa away in their first match back in the league. B&C team results next week. Keep an eye on the club’s social media for up to date fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s new book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15.

Reflection: If the crowd last week thought that the words of Jesus were too much, wait until they hear what he has to say to them and us this week! The gospel begins where last week’s gospel ended; ‘I am the living bread which has come down from heaven. Anyone who eats this bread will live for ever; and the bread that I shall give is my flesh for the life of the world.’ Jesus then describes the relationship between the Father and himself, and his followers. Jesus has life because of the Father. Those who eat the bread that he shall give will live forever; in other words, those who ‘feed’ on Jesus will have eternal life. He raises the stakes even higher when he says, ‘your ancestors ate the mana in desert (but) they are dead.’ He is claiming to be the living bread which has down from heaven! As he has life because of the Father, the followers of Jesus have life because of him! When he says this, the anger, the complaining and objections start.

In a word, what Jesus is talking about is relationship. When we celebrate the Eucharist and gather around the table of the Lord, we are entering into a sacred, personal and intimate relationship with Jesus himself and each other. As we share in the Bread of Life that is Jesus, we are also experiencing the love and life of God the Father which he enjoys. Through the Body and Blood of Jesus that we share in, we become the Body of Christ with and for each other. (Michael Moore OMI)

Murroe Website EditorMurroe / Boher Newsletter 19th August 2018
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Thought for the Week – Wood Wide Web

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In his  classic work on Being and Time, Martin Heidegger discovered that at the heart of time dwells ‘reverence and care’. “The ability to care”, says John O’Donohue, “is the hall-mark of the human, the touchstone of morality and the ground of holiness. Without the warmth of care, the world becomes a barren graveyard. In the kindness of care the divine comes alive in us.”
And care and co-operation are not just the hall-mark of human beings – they are also found in nature and especially in forests.
In 1997 it was discovered that forests are not a collection of individual trees – instead they are connected by an underground biological internet which enables trees to communicate and co-operate and even care for each other. It is known as the Wood Wide Web. The internet connection is provided by fungi – the threads that form fungi provide the information highway allowing trees to care for each other.
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Murroe Tidy Towns – Going for Gold Competition 2018

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Murroe Tidy Towns are looking for your support… Murroe Tidy Towns are taking part in the Limerick Going For Gold Competition 2018. This competition has a top prize of €10,000 and several runner up prizes. First part of this competition is an interview on Limerick Live 95 FM. Our representative will be interviewed on Thursday 16th August at 11 am. You can vote for Murroe by logging onto the Limerick going for gold option on the Live 95 FM website between 12 noon and 12 midnight on Thursday 16th August only. There is No Cost to vote. The group who receives the most votes will progress to the next part of the competition.For more information on Murroe Tidy towns log on to their facebook page Murroe Tidy Towns FB.  Thank you for your continuous support

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