From secular + blessing, of course.
Sometimes praying for somebody works, but if you don't want to bother God just now, what do you do? "Good Luck!" is pretty trite. What you really want to do is indicate sincere good will. If you are agnostic, you may wish to express something like: whatever there is, god or karma or mother nature or molecules, I earnestly and fervently wish it to work in your favor. Hence the secular blessing.
A good secular blessing should be creative. Put some thot and feeling into it. The point is to use the forms of a religion, spiritual practice or superstition that you may not intellectually accept to convey a heartfelt good will. e.g.: "If there were voting powers in the real world, I'd vote you up right now, and then ching! you."

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