I breathe the air, I swim the sea
I love the sky, my Father
I love the Earth, sweet Gaia
The fire within, the sun and moon.
Hello, my Dear, I am still here
I see your way as Elder
I know you now in name alone
Your true nature, you may reveal.
Oh, still and still, I calm my heart.
A loving way I cultivate
I breathe you out, I breathe you in
My breath, my song, my gift today
With gratitude, I honor you
How may I help you grow this day?
And how might you support me too?
Reweaving now the Web of Life
O waly, waly, up the bank
And waly, waly, doon the brae
And waly, waly, yon burnside
I send Earth prayers both far and wide
“Waly,” expression of grief or sorry
“doon the brae,” down the hillside
“yon burn side,” the riverside