Prayer to the Goddess

She it is who puts the prayers in my mouth,
and she to whom I speak them.
They come from her, arise in me,
and return again to her,
so that my praying is a part of her eternal cycle;
and when I pray, I take the part she has laid out for me.
When I pray, it is her words I pray;
when I sing, it is her song;
when I act, it is her deeds I do.
I cannot step outside the way she has laid out,
for there is nowhere outside to step.
Ground of being, you contain all within you,
both that which acts and that which is acted upon.
Nowhere is there anything that does not arise in you.
Nothing is there that does not praise you by its existence.

Serith, Ceisiwr — A Pagan Ritual Prayer Book