The Book of Celtic Wisdom is a collection of that oral tradition. Here are the folktales and legends, poems and proverbs, triads and
blessings of the Celtic people some of which are almost a thousand years old yet are as relevant today as they were at the
of the First Millennium.
“There is no bone in the tongue, and yet the same did often break a man’s head.”
“Speak slowly, think swiftly, and act wisely.”
“There is no secret that is known by three.”
No single book can encompass the wisdom of the Celts. This was a race which loved language, which held the Bard and the Poet to be the equals of Kings. This was also a race without a written language, where the teachings were committed to memory and passed down in an oral tradition which is
very much alive today.