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let good counsel accompany you.

To companion, from the Latin, cum and panis: "with bread."

As later rendered in Old French, compagnon: bread fellows in travel.

In a fuller meaning for today, companions: individuals who fare well together.

Therefore, a companion is one who gives and receives Good Counsel.

May Good Counsel accompany you wherever you may go.

Warm regards,
James Soemijantoro Wilson