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 >May your hair, your teeth, your face-lift, your abs and your stocks not
 >fall; and May your blood pressure, your triglycerides, your cholesterol,
 >your white blood count and your mortgage interest not rise.
 >May you get a clean bill of health from your dentist, your cardiologist,
 >your gastro-endocrinologist, your urologist, your proctologist, your
 >podiatrist, your psychiatrist, your plumber and the IRS.
 >May you find a way to travel from anywhere to anywhere in the rush   hour
 >less than an hour, and when you get there May you find a parking space.
 >May Friday evening, December 31, find you seated around the dinner   table,
 >together with your beloved family and cherished friends, ushering in the
 >Year ahead.  You will find the food better, the environment quieter, the
 >cost much cheaper, and the pleasure much more fulfilling than anything else
 >you might ordinarily do that night.
 >May you wake up on January 1st, finding that the world has not come to an
 >end, the lights work, the water faucets flow, and the sky has not fallen.
 >May you go to the bank on Monday morning, January 3rd and find your account
 >is in order, your money is still there and any mistakes are in your favor.
 >May you ponder on January 4th; How did this ultramodern civilization of
 >manage to get itself traumatized by a possible slip of a blip on a chip
 >out of sand.
 >May you have the strength to go through a year of presidential
 >and may some of the promises made be kept.  May you believe at least half
 >what the candidates propose, and May those elected fulfill at least half of
 >what they promise, and the miracle of reducing taxes and balancing budgets
 >May what you see in the mirror delight you, and what others see in   you
 >delight them.
 >May the telemarketers wait to make their sales calls until you  finish
 >dinner, and may your check book and your budget balance, and may they
 >include generous amounts for charity.
 >May you remember to say "I love you" at least once a day to your spouse,
 >your child, your parent; but not to your secretary, your nurse, your
 >masseuse, your hairdresser or your tennis instructor.
 >May we live as intended, in a world at peace and the awareness of  the
 >beauty in every sunset, every flower's unfolding petals, every  baby's
 >and every wonderful, astonishing, miraculous beat of our heart.
 >May you Forward this on to someone that could use a smile and a laugh to
 >brighten their day.
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