100+ Best St. Patrick’s Day Quotes to Celebrate All Things Irish

St. Patrick’s Day Quotes: St. Patrick’s Day is like any other religious and cultural holiday. We wish you all the best. I spread joy. Every year on March 17 people wears green. Is decorated with shamrock. Drinks beer and observes Irish culture. These wishes will serve as a link for the older and younger generation of the family.

St. Patrick’s Day Quotes

  • “Everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but if your name is Eisenhower, you’ve got to wear something green to show it.” —Dwight D. Eisenhower
  • “May the blessings of each day be the blessings you need the most.” —Irish blessing
  • “May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow, and may trouble avoid you wherever you go.”
  • “Whether it’s St. Patrick’s Day or not, everyone has a little luck o’ the Irish in them.” —Laura Sommers
  • “May the saddest day of your future be no worse than the happiest day of your past.” —Irish blessing
  • “Never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don’t want to press your luck.”
  • “Wishing you a pot o’ gold and all the joy your heart can hold.”
  • “May the luck of the Irish enfold you. May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.”
  • If you work, if you wait, you will find the place where the four-leaf clovers grow.
  • “One thought of the shamrock makes the whole world akin.”
  • If you work, if you wait, you will find the place where the four-leaf clovers grow.
  • “St. Paddy’s Day is our celebration day for Ireland’s favorite saint who both saved us from the snakes, and gave us our own day to celebrate our Irish heritage.” —Paddy O’Furniture
  • “Luck was a mechanism to be devised, and luck and destiny were merely two sides of the same coin.”
  • “Here is the enigma of Patrick: he looms large on the imaginative horizon of so many people, yet he saw himself as a Christian bishop from the embattled edge of a crumbling empire.” —Thomas O’Loughlin
  • There are good ships and there are wood ships, the ships that sail the sea. But the best ships are friendships, and may they ever be.
  • “There is no luck except where there is discipline.”
  • “May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back.” —Irish blessing
  • “Luck is believing you’re lucky.” —Tennessee Williams
  • “I have noticed that timing and luck sometimes line up in such a way that you can catch a break.”

  • “Ireland is a land of poets and legends, of dreamers and rebels.” —Nora Roberts
  • Having you for a friend means that I’ve been granted the luck O’ the Irish.
  • “Bless your little Irish heart and every other Irish part.”
  • “You’ve got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was.” —Irish proverb
  • “Don’t throw away luck on little stuff. Save it up.”
  • “In Ireland, you go to someone’s house, and she asks you if you want a cup of tea. You say no, thank you, you’re really just fine. She asks if you’re sure. You say of course you’re sure, really, you don’t need a thing. Except they pronounce it ting. You don’t need a ting. Well, she says then, I was going to get myself some anyway, so it would be no trouble. Ah, you say, well, if you were going to get yourself some, I wouldn’t mind a spot of tea, at that, so long as it’s no trouble and I can give you a hand in the kitchen. Then you go through the whole thing all over again until you both end up in the kitchen drinking tea and chatting. In America, someone asks you if you want a cup of tea, you say no, and then you don’t get any damned tea. I liked the Irish way better.” —C.E. Murphy
  • I try to be grateful for the abundance of the blessings that I have, for the journey that I’m on and to relish each day as a gift.
  • “Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy.” —William Butler Yeats
  • “Don’t throw away luck on little stuff. Save it up.” —Tim O’Brien
  • “I’m Irish!…When I feel well I feel better than anyone, when I am in pain I yell at the top of my lungs, and when I am dead I shall be deader than anybody.” —Morgan Llywelyn
  • “Be still and know that I am. Be still and know. Be still. Be.”

  • “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad / For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.” —G.K. Chesterton
  • May the Irish hills caress you. May her lakes and rivers bless you. May the luck of the Irish enfold you. May the blessings of St. Patrick behold you.
  • “Do you think anybody knows that I’m Irish?” —Niall Horan
  • “Thankfully the rest of the world assumed that the Irish were crazy, a theory that the Irish themselves did nothing to debunk. They had somehow got it into their heads that each fairy lugged around a pot of gold with him wherever he went. While it was true that LEP had a ransom fund, because of its officers’ high-risk occupation, no human had ever taken a chunk of it yet. This didn’t stop the Irish population in general from skulking around rainbows, hoping to win the supernatural lottery.” —Eoin Colfer
  • “Never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don’t want to press your luck.” —Irish proverb
  • “May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been, the foresight to know where you are going, and the insight to know
    when you have gone too far.”
  • “Yeah, it’s St. Paddy’s Day. Everyone’s Irish tonight.”

  • “I think being a woman is like being Irish… Everyone says you’re important and nice, but you take second place all the time.” —Iris Murdoch
  • The Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in gratitude for the service which he did them in bringing to the Irish their most priceless possession—the gift of faith.
  • “Leprechauns were once fierce warriors who protected the coast from marauders and defended the land. Then Christianity showed up and decided to do away with all that, and they downplayed the heroic actions of those warriors to the extent that we see them as the iconic little guys with pots of gold today. Nothing quite like a group of gossiping Christians to turn the tide on historical events, huh?” —Paula Millhouse
  • “May you have warm words on a cold evening, a full moon on a dark night, and a smooth road downhill all the way to your door.” —Irish blessing
  • “Shamrocks and roses in an evergreen flock, now up to your noses turning into a high stock!” —Ana Claudia Antunes
  • “May the best day of your past be the worst day of your future.”
  • “You don’t believe in magic spells or longings coming true. Yet, head-to-toe you dress in green on Patty’s Day, you do.” —Richelle E. Goodrich
  • Ireland, once you live there, you’re seduced by it.

  • “Few Americans have heard of Wales. All of them have heard of Ireland and many of them think they are Irish.” —Peter Hitchens
  • “A little fire that warms is better than a big fire that burns.” —Irish proverb
  • “When anyone asks me about the Irish character, I say look at the trees. Maimed, stark and misshapen, but ferociously tenacious.” —Edna O’Brien
  • “St. Patrick’s Day is a day to celebrate our green heritage. The ancestry of Ireland. It is a day to celebrate what it means to be Irish and of Irish descent.”

  • “A best friend is like a four-leaf clover: hard to find and lucky to have.”
  • “We may have bad weather in Ireland, but the sun shines in the hearts of the people and that keeps us all warm.”

  • “We survive. We’re Irish. We have the souls of poets. We love our misery, we delight in the beauty of strange places and dark places in our hearts.” —Ellis Flynn
  • Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy.

  • “St. Patrick had only got rid of the land snakes according to Nolan’s mother, but he had no power over the huge snakes calling themselves eels which came in on beaches all over the country.” —Maeve Binchy
  • “There is no luck except where there is discipline.” —Irish proverb

  • “The Irish have gained a reputation over the centuries for being very warm, kind and hospitable people (though sometimes a bit too fond of the drink!). These characteristics are most in evidence at St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th every year, when people of Irish descent organize parades and parties.” —Shannon Ferrell
  • “May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back.”

  • “I’ve always thought you’ve got to believe in luck to get it.” —Victoria Holt
  • For you can’t hear Irish tunes without knowing you’re Irish, and wanting to pound that fact into the floor.

  • “May you always walk in sunshine. May you never want for more. May Irish angels rest their wings beside your nursery door.” —Susi Hawke
  • “There is luck in leisure.” —Irish proverb
  • “It’s simply this: the Irish kiss, a snog o’ bliss, be blessed luck from any miss.” —Richelle E. Goodrich
  • “Being Irish is very much a part of who I am. I take it everywhere with me.”

  • “Luck is not chance, it’s toil. Fortune’s expensive smile is earned.” —Emily Dickinson
  • “May your best day of your past be the worst day of your future.”

  • “May the winds of fortune sail you, may you sail a gentle sea, may it always be the other guy who says ‘This drink’s on me!’”
  • “A best friend is like a four-leaf clover; hard to find and lucky to have.” —Irish proverb
  • The Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in gratitude for the service which he did them in bringing to the Irish their most priceless possession—the gift of faith.” —Therese Duffy
  • “Whether I drink often or just once in a while; I’m always sure to raise a glass to the dear old Emerald Isle.”

  • That’s right, there’s free beer in Irish paradise. Everyone’s jealous.

  • “May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks. May your heart be as light as a song. May each day bring you bright happy hours, that stay with you all year long.”
  • “You can take a man of Ireland, but you can’t take out the Irishness of the man.”

  • “A wish for a kiss on St. Patrick’s Day! Catch a leprechaun but don’t let him run. Nay, kiss him right away!” —Richelle E. Goodrich
  • “Here’s to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold beer—and another one!” —Irish blessing

  • “I’m Irish! When I feel well I feel better than anyone, when I am in pain I yell at the top of my lungs, and when I am dead I shall be deader than anybody.”

  • I’m Irish!…When I feel well I feel better than anyone, when I am in pain I yell at the top of my lungs, and when I am dead I shall be deader than anybody.

  • “May the winds of fortune sail you, may you sail a gentle sea. May it always be the other guy who says, ‘This drink’s on me!’” —Irish blessing
  • “You’re not in America now, you’re in Ireland. So have a drink and shut up.”

  • “May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow. And may trouble avoid you wherever you go.”

  • “For each petal on the shamrock, this brings a wish your way: Good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.” —Irish blessing
  • “May the lilt of Irish laughter lighten every load.”

  • St. Paddy’s Day is our celebration day for Ireland’s favorite saint who both saved us from the snakes, and gave us our own day to celebrate our Irish heritage.

  • “Always remember that hindsight is the best insight to foresight.” —Irish proverb

  • “I wish that I could stop feeling that I want to be an Irish girl in Ireland.”

  • The best luck of all is the luck you make for yourself.

  • “Long live the Irish, long live their cheer. Long live our friendship, year after year.”
  • “May the roof above us never fall in. And may the friends gathered below it never fall out.” —Irish blessing
  • “Corned beef and cabbage and leprechaun men, colorful rainbows hide gold at their end.  Shamrocks and clovers with three leaves plus one, dress up in green—add a top hat for fun. Steal a quick kiss from the lasses in red, a tin whistle tune off the top of my head. Friends, raise a goblet and offer this toast—’The luck of the Irish and health to our host!‘” —Richelle E. Goodrich
  • “The only sure thing about luck is that it will change.”
  • “Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat.” —Alex Levine
  • “That’s right, there’s free beer in Irish paradise. Everyone’s jealous.”
  • “To be Irish is to know that in the end the world will break your heart.” —Daniel Patrick Moynihan
  • St. Patrick’s Day is an enchanted time — a day to begin transforming winter’s dreams into summer’s magic.
  • “Lord, you’re Irish…Can you make things that don’t have potatoes in them? We had an Irish cook once when I was a boy. Potato pie, potato custard, potatoes with potato sauce.” —Cassandra Clare
  • “He is bad that will not take advice, but he is a thousand times worse that takes every advice.” —Irish proverb
  • “May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow. And may trouble avoid you wherever you go.”
  • Being Irish is very much a part of who I am. I take it everywhere with me.
  • “May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow, and may trouble avoid you wherever you go.” —Irish blessing
  • “I’m of Ireland, and I’ll stay in Ireland until I die.”
  • “May the roof above us never fall in. And may the friends fathered below it never fall out.”
  • “St. Patrick’s Day is an enchanted time—a day to begin transforming winter’s dreams into summer’s magic.”
  • “May luck be your friend in whatever you do, and may trouble be always a stranger to you.” —Irish blessing
  • “If you’re Irish, it doesn’t matter where you go—you’ll find family.”
  • Ireland is a land of poets and legends, of dreamers and rebels.
  • “Ireland has one of the world’s heaviest rainfalls. If you see an Irishman with a tan, it’s rust.” —Dave Allen

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