It is said that we all must face death, and the fear of death is the most profound of fears. So why is it, then, that the warriors of Old Ireland seemed to have no fear of death? Why did they throw themselves into situations they could not possibly survive? How was it that they went to their deaths exuberant, triumphant, even laughing?

Irish heroes do not fear death: but Death fears the Irish!

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