In the context of wishing someone a Blessing,if I choose not to use the term God , what are the other words that can be used that still conveys the same meaning as the phrase "God bless you"?

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  • If "God bless you" is used in the context of a very strong "thank you", then "I don't know how I can possibly repay you" is perhaps close enough. – Aurast Jul 23 '15 at 21:09
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    Maybe peace be with you? – sooeithdk Jul 23 '15 at 21:13
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    'I wish you well [in your new job etc].' – Edwin Ashworth Jul 23 '15 at 21:20
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    May the bird of paradise fly up your nose. – WS2 Jul 24 '15 at 6:12
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    Or, simply, "Peace be with you." – Hot Licks Jul 24 '15 at 18:25

I/We'll be thinking of you.

Take care.

It was great to see you / great talking with you.

Hang in there.

Keep up the good work!

Keep on hangin' on (may be a little old-fashioned now).

Happy whatever the person said he was going to do studying, etc. OR Good luck with etc.

Be good.

Talk to you soon.

Safe travels.


It's said that "Goodbye" = (May) God be with you!

If you don't wish to say "God bless you", may be you should try "Goodbye" and move on!

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