Many Pagans grew up “saying grace” over meals in a mainstream religion, and later abandoned the habit. Yet the idea of giving thanks for blessings received is profoundly Pagan, for we honor the spirits in all things, including plants and animals. Hunters in traditional Pagan cultures would say a prayer for the animals they killed; gatherers and farmers would address the plants they harvested. It is appropriate to practice thanksgiving in contemporary times as well, for all the bounty of our lives. So here is a Pagan prayer suitable for saying grace:

Earth and sky
And rain and sun,
We give thanks
For all you’ve done.
Garden, pasture,
Seed, and brood,
Bless us with
This gift of food.

By: Elizabeth Barrette

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