I have typed that phrase, "Blessings Darlings", in almost 500 posts now. It's not that I'm blessing you, you know - it's more like the Irish concept of "Catch the Blessings Already Sent Your Way."
But it's becoming more and more apparent that what my view of a 'blessed state of being' is is different from how others see it. And we differ primarily in the role of the God/dess/es in achieving that state.
I see being blessed as being an adult, handling the every day events of life yourself. Many every day events of life are great - birthdays, graduations, getting jobs, etc. Some aren't great - deaths and diseases, money issues, etc.
Being blessed, to me, is being able and WILLING to handle those things yourself. Get a splinter? Remove it (yes, own tweezers, and face the discomfort, and get it done), wash the area, maybe slap on some antibiotic ointment and a band-aid, and go one with life. No need to ask anyone else for tweezers you don't have and get your body fluids on their stuff, no need to get paranoid and make offerings to the God/dess of your choice that you don't get an infections. And I DO assume your tetanus shots are up to date. Because as a functional adult, you should be able to handle this.
So, too, most aspects of, say, storms. You'll have homeowners insurance, flood insurance if necessary, know where you can evacuate to if needed, have the sense to get out in time to get to where you can evacuate to, etc.
Others don't seems to see things the way I do. They can't start their day without checking Tarot or some other form of divination to see what's going to happen. They start their day asking for peace and protection, rather than for the strength and ability to handle what happens. And, yeah, they've been doing this for so long that they do NOT have any personal strength, no personal flexibility, no ability to handle things. And no skills at first aid.
Functionally, they've been asking the Gods TO MAKE THEM INTO INFANTS, totally dependent on the God/dess/es and others.
Fuck that bullshit.
How about asking the Gods to send what you need to grow strong, wise, and experienced. Ask them to send you challenges that will, over time, push you to learn new things.
In other words - ask to grow up, while you work on growing up yourself.
And, if you have to pull that Tarot card/set every day ... pull the cards in the morning, but don't look at them then. Look at them in the evening, to see what you should have learned from the day.