May Your Dreams Always Have a Bethlehem and One Bright Star
Perhaps you know someone who is anxious about beginning a new venture, maybe a business or even a relationship. Perhaps indecision has them all bound up and they need a gentle push, the assurance that a few kind and well-chosen words could offer. Perhaps they are not anxious at all, but have successfully negotiated the hurdles and are moving forward courageously.
The words above are well suited to either condition. This benediction implies both miracle and possibility. It implies nativity and something new written in the heavens. It implies divine guidance, a journey, and a path well marked. It mingles humility with promise, anticipation with certainty, and fulfillment with joy.