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I wish you light in your darkest hours.  When life seems to be confusing or empty, and when your path seems to be hidden in the shadows of pain, doubt, despair, or unrest, may you find the light inside of you that will help you to see things as they truly are, for every night comes to an end, every storm runs its course, and light and peace always return to us.

  
I wish you the power of a perspective that allows you to see the beauty of the darkness, no matter how threatening your current situation, or how uneasy you may feel.  There always is light for us to access, whether it be the light of God or the light of a close friend, or even the light within ourselves that is the power and the strength with which we've all been blessed to one extent or another.
   

I wish you the ability to develop the light that is within you, to strengthen your spiritual faith, to help your faith in yourself to grow and thrive.  You have the gift of self-sufficiency, and the possibility of growing into a person who is strong and able.  But may you not grow too strong, though, so that you reject the help and love and caring of others who wish to be there for you.  Balance your strength with your needs and the needs of others to be helpful and to show their caring.

  

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The Hasidic rabbi, Zuscha, was asked on his deathbed what he thought the
kingdom of God would be like.  He replied, "I don't know.  But one thing
I do know.  When I get there I am not going to be asked, 'Why weren't you
Moses?  Why weren't you David?'  I am only going to be asked, 'Why weren't
you Zuscha?  Why weren't you fully you?'"

Alan Loy McGinnis