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Pronunciation: ‘an-ti-“dOt | Etymology: from Greek antidoton, from anti- + didonai to give, something that relieves, prevents, or counteracts

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As you set sail for Ithaca,
wish for the journey to be long,
filled with adventure, filled with knowledge.

The Lestrygonians and the Cyclops,
the furious Poseidon fear not,
you will find none of these along your way,
given your thoughts remain tall, and refined
excitement touches your spirit and your body.

The Lestrygonians and the Cyclops,
the vicious Poseidon you’ll never encounter,
lest you carry them in your soul,
lest your soul projects them in your way.

Wish for the journey to be long.

With many summer mornings when,
with such pleasure, what joy
you enter harbors first seen,
stopping at Phoenician trading posts,
to acquire the finest of goods,
pearl and coral, amber and ebony,
and sensual perfumes of every kind,
as many of these as you can,
To many Egyptian cities may you go,
to learn and yet to learn from the wise.

Keep Ithaki steady in your mind.

Reaching it is your destiny.

Do not hasten your journey at all,
better if it lasts for many years,
and to finally arrive on the island old,
rich with all that you have learned along the way,
not expecting Ithaca to give you anything more.

For Ithaca has given you a beautiful journey.
And has nothing more to give.

If you find it poor, Ithaca has not deceived you.

As wise as you have become, with all that knowledge,
you already know what Ithaca really means.