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57. Happy New Year

“And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been.”
… Rainer Marie Rilke

At the sound of the tolling midnight bell, a brand new year will begin.

Let’s raise our hopes in a confident toast, to the promise it ushers in.

May your battles be few, your pleasures many, your wishes and dreams fulfilled.

May your confidence stand in the face of loss and give you the strength to rebuild.

May peace of heart fill all your days, may serenity grace your soul.

May tranquil moments bless your life and keep your spirit whole.

May true happiness, longevity, and good fortune be with you this new year and always.

H A P P Y   N EY E A R ! ! !

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