As far as I can discern within this life, a universe does not consist of unembodied minds, however, there do appear to be many physical bodies which consist of physical brains, that serve to create the concept of a mind. It is for the benefit of such persons that I recite this prayer. It is because such persons are in fact what I can understand to be the conscious components of my universe.
My prayer can be said to extend to all persons who have minds, to anyone that can conceivably make sense of the words on this page. If this does involve an existing Deity, I would simply need to see how an unembodied mind could in some way fit into the paradigm of my existence. It is one thing to state that gods exist, uncaused, and quite another to reliably narrow down the question and confidently say, “an uncaused God can be understood to exist within my universe.”
If no such criteria can be found to hold true within my life then I will assume that it is justified to consider that one or many gods very likely do not exist. In a universe that this can be logically deduced in, given how we can understand truth from falsehood, and reliability from unreliability, I have found my home with a minority of humans that wish to demonstrate that the question of God is open ended for a reason, and it is most probably no longer the right way to understand our origins. Such incoherence lends itself to being a peculiar fabrication within the world.
I would perhaps not be as skeptical if religion could show itself to be a little less the slave of the human imagination and a little more as a force that could serve to actually resolve the issues that we face in the world today. Instead, what truly becomes an instigator for change is a resolve to understand our lives objectively and honestly. This perhaps most rigorously extends into the scientific endeavor. Though it would be fallacious to say that science can somehow disprove a negative, it is actually where knowledge is not found that seems to most strongly highlight the need for Theism to first meet its burden of proof before ever being seriously considered as reality.
With all of that in mind, this prayer most likely will be heard not by the unconscious components of a universe that expands outward from a singularity, but rather from some conscious brains that have formed as a result of cosmic evolution. These conscious minds are not all necessarily the product of earth. Planet earth very well may be one of a high number of other planets within this universe that has generated life from nonlife.
So it is that in terms of probability the most God like thing to be imagined may be a civilization other than our own that has graduated itself away from dependence on planetary climates and resources. It is my hope that our civilization is on its way to achieving this state of being because it would truly redefine what it means to be human in every conceivable way.
Sincerely, the product of stardust and the rich aftermath that it took to nourish the fragility of the chain of life that has led to me. Something I strive not to take lightly. Amen.