Greetings of mercy, peace and love (Jude 2)

"May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you." - Jude 2

And to think, when I meet a friend I have seen in a while I say "Hey man," or when I write a letter, I greet with a "I hope everything is going well." A little while back I decided to try to intentionally start making some changes to my vocabulary and also in my prayer life.

I find when I pray, for example, I frequently end up just praying for 'blessing' for friends or non-believers, or cities. It occurred to me a blessing is a great thing to ask for, but salvation would be a much more pointed prayer and the greatest blessing.

I want to learn to learn to bless believers with my vocabulary intentionally. What if instead of, "Hey what's up," or, "How are you doing" without expecting or even wanting answers, we asked people how they're walking with the Lord? Or even just said something like "God bless."

What about if in emails we said "May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you"?