How to greet other then by daytime?

As I’m more and more connected international I found it more and more weird to refer to specific time when I greet.
It might be my morning and someone else’s evening.
And maybe they are working during the night …
It may not make sense to wish them a restful sleep.

What time is it is less and less a reliable point to refer to free time enjoyment or anything else.
Working during the was a standard, its less and less.

“Good day” is unclear. For some its only the day time, for others its the whole 24 hours.

Who is having similar issues?
What replacements have you developed?

Sebastian

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“Hello.”

This should cover all your scenarios.

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In theory, yes.
I want to bond more with people and express my hope that have a good whatever time after our talk.

May the odds be ever in your favour

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