Corvus suggests as a spiritual practise that we bless everyone and everything we come into contact with. I am aware of having written before about this being easier to do in some situations than in others.
When sitting with a group of people and listening to them all small-talking it became very attractive to my body/brain to criticise, to exclude, to do anything except go with the flow, accept, bless, flow, accept bless. That practise of being aware of the body/brain’s resistance to blessing others is itself transformative for both the blesser and the blessed.
I find it very instructive to look at these resistances: the light of awareness will often dispel them quickly.
The word “bless” comes from middle English, and means to consecrate, and originally this was done with blood. Most religions and spiritual traditions have teachings about the use and misuse of blood: my own opinion is that rather than sprinkle blood about as I walk I give some love/life energy with the words. From the word “bless” comes the modern English “better” and “best,” so if blessing people seems a bit pretentious to your body/brain it might be easier to wish people “all the best” which is just the same thing.