The derivation of this familiar blessing is uncertain, though many believe it was spoken by St. Patrick himself. The opening lines now famous in the English language are a bit different from the opening lines in Gaelic which translate more exactly to 'success in your journey', or 'may you succeed on your journey'. We have engraved both onto this elegant bracelet, adorned with an ancient Celtic triquetra or trinity knot.
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