May those who lose their way and wander
In the wild find fellow travelers.
And safe from threat of thieves and savage beasts,
May they be tireless and their journey light.
May children and the aged, all all those without protection
Wandering in the fearful, pathless wastes,
Who fall asleep unconscious of their peril,
Have pure celestial beings as their guardians.
May all be freed from states of bondage,
May they be possessed of wisdom, faith, and love,
With perfect sustenance and conduct,
May they always have remembrance of their former lives.
May everyone have unrestricted wealth
Just like the treasury of space,
Enjoying it according to their wish,
Without a trace of harm or enmity.
Shantideva (8th c.), Bodhicharyävatāra (The Way of the Bodhisattva)
Chapter 10, Dedication Verses 25 - 28
(Padmakara Translation Group)