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We reap what we sow so ancient myths and rites can guide us well in these turbulent times

Fiona Sherlock


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Barack Obama, then US president, pardons the National Thanksgiving turkey at the White House in 2016. Picture by Carlos Barria

Barack Obama, then US president, pardons the National Thanksgiving turkey at the White House in 2016. Picture by Carlos Barria

Patrick Moy and Caitríona Ní Mhurchú at the Kevin Barry Recital Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, for Fishamble's The Treaty, Photo by Ste Murray

Patrick Moy and Caitríona Ní Mhurchú at the Kevin Barry Recital Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, for Fishamble's The Treaty, Photo by Ste Murray

The Hill of Tara

The Hill of Tara

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Barack Obama, then US president, pardons the National Thanksgiving turkey at the White House in 2016. Picture by Carlos Barria

As the Americans gear up to mark Thanksgiving this week, how do we identify with our national myths today in Ireland?

The tale of the pilgrims celebrating the harvest is a timely reminder for us to make the most of the things we do have in the face of rising case numbers.


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