Who is with us,
Holy is Our Being.
Thy Kin-dom is present.
Thy Desire is felt throughout the Cosmos.
We graciously receive your Infinite Daily Abundance.
May we forgive each other and ourselves our lack of skill and insensitivity.
May we understand our Inner Guidance,
and perceive each other’s needs.
For Thine is the Kin-dom, the Power and the Story,
in never-ending renewal.
Glenys Livingstone, PaGaian Cosmology (iUniverse 2005), p.259
Composed by Glenys Livingstone and Taffy Seaborne, with acknowledgement of Karen Davis, “A Peacable Kin-dom and the Ethics of Eating”, EarthLight, Issue 51 Vol 14 No.2, p.54, for the term “Kin-dom”; though she may not have been the originator of the term. “Kin-dom” is used a lot by Christian feminist theologians: thanks Mary Ann Beavis for this refinement of note.