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The Dating Coach’s 49 Blessings for the New Year

The Dating Coach’s 49 Blessings for the New Year

Focusing on blessings while you’re working on finding the right one.

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Being single may sound like more of a curse than a blessing, but while you’re working on finding the right one let’s focus on blessings in the new year.

  1. May you answer the door when opportunity knocks.

  2. May you love your life.

  3. May you soon gain something you've always wanted.

  4. May you know when to hold on and not be afraid when it's time to let go.

  5. May inspiration strike at just the right moment.

  6. May you be satisfied with being perfectly imperfect.

  7. May you explore new options and open yourself to new possibilities.

  8. May the challenges you face strengthen your core.

  9. May your false beliefs evaporate and may you replace them with words of truth.

  10. May you have time in your week to visit someone in need.

  11. May you wear your smile, no matter how difficult today seems.

  12. May your mind be filled with great ideas.

  13. May you let go of something you no longer need.

  14. May you overcome what is holding you back.

  15. May your failures lead to success.

  16. May you embrace and loving accept your body.

  17. May you schedule your time wisely.

  18. May you invite someone new into your world.

  19. May you increase your confidence and boost your self-esteem.

  20. May you laugh easily and often.

  21. May you have the strength to put forth enough effort to get what you want.

  22. May you be blessed with an abundance of love.

  23. May you manifest your future by living as if it is already your reality.

  24. May you receive encouraging words that elevate you.

  25. May you be motivated to set and reach a new goal.

  26. May your life be infused with meaning and purpose.

  27. May you have strength, courage and wisdom to do the right thing at the right time.

  28. May you be free of financial burdens.

  29. May you hear what others say and more importantly understand what they mean.

  30. May you redirect angry energy and use it as fuel towards something positive.

  31. May you see clearly what you are meant to see and turn away from things not meant for your eyes.

  32. May you know the right questions to ask and may you be open to receiving the answers.

  33. May your words, actions or presence bring comfort to someone who is struggling.

  34. May your eyes be wide open and may you clearly see the messages that are before you.

  35. May you see clearly the obstacles that are before you and may you steer clear of any challenges.

  36. May you strengthen yourself, both body and soul.

  37. May you carry your physical and spiritual loads gracefully.

  38. May you find something wonderful to do this year that inspires you and connects you to great people.

  39. May many singles find their soul mate and be satisfied with their choice.

  40. May those in need of healing recover completely, mind, body and soul.

  41. May your senses be awakened by a pleasing surprise.

  42. May you find the perfect place to call home.

  43. May you visit exceptional places.

  44. May you be satisfied in being uniquely you.

  45. May the efforts you make yield the results you desire.

  46. May you have a good today and a better tomorrow.

  47. May you find your purpose in the world and pursue it with passion.

  48. May you harness the wonderful power within you.

  49. May you have a huge breakthrough!

And let us say Amen.

May God bless our lives with bountiful blessings for the new year.

Shana tova.

September 16, 2017

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(1) Maxwell Horwitz, September 24, 2017 11:44 AM

Wonderful Blessings- Let us Pray they come true!

It is wonderful how we are being encouraged and reminded to pray for these wonderful blessings for the new year. I am going to move to somewhere different, and being in a nice home, from this article, really spoke to me as a blessing. Doing things I love to meet people and enjoy life is another thing that spoke to me, because I will be near a "Jewish" type of YMCA (in walkable distance) to my future home. The thing that probably spoke to me the most was "finding our purposes in the world and pursuing it with passion." In this day and age, us Jews are always trying to strive to know God and His righteousness, be close to God, know God and His eternal love, find His glory as The Zeal of The Lord of Hosts as it says in Isaiah, and really tell ourselves the true saying spoken by the Prophet Yeshayahu (Isaiah)- "Holy, Holy, Holy is The Lord of Hosts, The Whole earth is full of His glory." Along with all of this knowledge, and especially wisdom, comes finding why we were created, and doing it with happiness and joy, serving God with a fullness of heart, mind, body, soul, and spirit, and improving the world with the same positive mindset. Once we can strive to improve the world and improve ourselves and understand that the purpose of our Creation off Hashem is to have ways more like Him when we die, more blessings will befall upon us. Some examples are having rain in due season, receiving wages that are fair and just for how much we have worked, no natural disasters, and being happy in Spirit, serving God and worshiping Him with energy and excitement. What happens is, when we understand the purposes of Creation itself, we can understand what God intended for us, and then we can learn to connect to Him and His righteous ways, leading us to a path of righteousness, ultimately allowing us to have a share in The World to Come. Shalom, and may Israel be restored very soon and The Moshiach to come speedily in our days.

Amen.

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