What are some good, inspiring things to say to a child who is hospitalized?

For Christmas, I'm going to bring a load of gifts, books, games, and toys to my local children's hospital. I'm also bringing cards. What should I write in the cards? I don't want to say cheesy things like "GET WELL SOON!" and I'm not saying anything religious.

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SillySantaSausage
for next time you choose to, (hopefully you will visit again) you can do these?

you could write some of these quotes or search up some more;
happiness can be found in the darkest of times if one can remember to turn on the light.
difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations.
keep smiling, and one day life will get tired of upsetting you..
its okay to be a glow stick, sometimes you need to break before you shine.
everyone wants happyiess, no one wants pain, but you cant See More▼
on April 28
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Veiled
"Stay strong"
on November 05, 2016
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Alcor_The_Dreambender
I would write, "Stay strong, keep moving forward, and never give up on what you believe"
on November 04, 2016
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CaptainBandwidth
Personally, I would just wish them a Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays. Cause to me it sounds like you're beating a dead horse when you say something like "get well soon." They already know that they're hospitalized so just wish them a merry Christmas.
on November 04, 2016
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