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Deirdre and Naoise - In Exile
In their exile, Deirdre and Naoise, the two brothers, warriors and their families, servants and all, journeyed from kingdom to kingdom, seeking refuge, and each time had to leave for fear of being killed.
Deirdre and Naoise - Irish Legend
The Irish legend of Deirdre and Naoise comes from the Ulster Cycle stories. These are tales from the time when Conchobar mac Nessa was king of Ulster. The story of Deidre and Naoise is one of undying love and tragic consequences for that love.
Psyche And Eros - Trust Reunites
Psyche found her way to a tower above the abyss that led to the infernal regions underground. She sat by the tower and contemplated flinging herself down to Hades' kingdom from the tower.
Psyche And Eros - Trust Restored
Psyche set out to find Eros. The journey she began would not be an easy one. It would be one of heavy burdens and sadness.
Psyche And Eros - Trust Betrayed
I will love you and protect you forever, he whispered. Even if you were sent to the gates of hell, I would be with you in spirit and protect you from all harm.
Psyche And Eros - A Story Of Trust
Psyche now knew she had to find trust if she was to ever know love.
Psyche And Eros - A Story Of Love
Eros had fallen in love with Psyche after he placed a curse on her that his mother, Aphrodite, demanded. Now he would have to have faith in that love and trust that Psyche, too, would have faith.
Psyche and Eros - A Story Of Faith
Is it possible for a mythological story to have an affect on real life, or help us learn something valuable? Let us take a look at the story of Psyche and Eros.
Do you ever wonder about the lore or religious significance of the candy cane, the poinsettia, or other traditions of Christmas? Here are just a few brief stories of the legends of Christmas.
Christmas Pudding - Traditional Recipe
Christmas Pudding is traditionally made on the Sunday before Advent. This was called "Stir-Up Sunday", which came from the old customs in England and is still commonly referred to by that name in the United Kingdom.
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