The Prayer of St. Ephraim in the Ruthenian Tradition

The Prayer of St. Ephraim in the Ruthenian tradition as found in St. Peter Mogila’s 1639 Liturgikon (Sluzhebnik)

O Lord and Master of my life!  Take from me the spirit of laziness, despair, lust for power, and vain talking. [prostration]
But give to me, your servant, the spirit of purity, humility, patience, and love. [prostration]
Yes, Lord and King, grant me to see my own sins and not to judge my brother, for blessed are You forever and ever. Amen. [prostration]

The following triplet is recited 4 times:

O God, be merciful to me, a sinner. [bow]
O God, cleanse me of my sins and have mercy on me. [bow]
O Lord, forgive me, for my sins are many. [bow]

Then the prayer again:

O Lord and Master of my life! Take from me the spirit of laziness, despair, lust for power, and vain talking. But give to me, your servant, the spirit of purity, humility, patience, and love. Yes, Lord and King, grant me to see my own sins and not to judge my brother, for blessed are You forever and ever. Amen. [prostration]