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Brigid in Dualchas         The Gaelic word “dualchas” refers to the intimate bonds that exist between the natural world, the land and its  people, transmitted through the generations. 

Brigid was associated with perpetual, sacred flames, surrounded by a hedge which no man could cross. Men who attempted to cross were said to have been cursed to go insane, die or be crippled. Hedges are important habitats for wildlife.

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