Here is one sentence with the dependent content clause:
I wish him only one thing, that he find what he wants from his life when he reaches adulthood and has become independent.
I used this sentence in another recent question of mine posted here. There I was told that a speaker of AmE would choose the subjunctive construction "that he find", while a speaker of BrE would choose the simple present construction "that he finds" in the same sentence. So, right now, as can be seen from the quotation above, I am dealing with the American construction, that is, "that he find".
So my question is this: if I wanted to turn this whole sentence into a past tense, would I need to do anything with that "that he find" or could I just leave it as it is?
In other words, should it be like this:
I wished him only one thing, that he found what he wanted from his life when he reached adulthood and had become independent.
or it can be just like this:
I wished him only one thing, that he find what he wanted from his life when he reached adulthood and had become independent.