This prayer uses the familiar words (your choice of the version) from the prayer Jesus taught his disciples, which is known as The Lord's Prayer.

Breathing in: Forgive us our errors/sins/trespasses . . .
Breathing out: As we forgive those who error/sin/trespass against us.

Other Prayers

A Prayer for Releasing Resentments
Ribno shel olam
Holy Presence of the Universe, I now forgive all who have hurt me, all who have done me wrong, whether deliberately or by accident, whether by word, by deed, or by thought, whether against my pride, my person, or my property, in this incarnation or in any other. May no one be punished on my account.
And may it be Thy Will, Eternal One, my God and the God of my fathers and mothers, that I be no more bound by the wrongs that I have committed, that I be free from patterns that cause pain to me and to others, that I no longer do that which is evil in Thy sight.
May my past failings be wiped away in Your great Mercy, Eternal One, and may they not increase pain and suffering.
Let my words, my thoughts, my meditations, and my acts flow from the fullness of Your Being, Eternal One, Source of my being and my Redeemer.
Ted Falcon in Getting to the Heart of Interfaith by Don Mackenzie, Ted Falcon, Jamal Rahman

Our Rich Nation
O God, forgive our rich nation where small babies die of cold quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation where small children suffer from hunger quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation where toddlers and school children die from guns sold quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation that lets children be the poorest group of citizens quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation that lets the rich continue to get more at the expense of the poor quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation, which thinks security rests in missiles rather than in mothers, and in bombs rather than in babies.
O God, forgive our rich nation for not giving You sufficient thanks by giving to others their daily bread.
O God, help us never to confuse what is quite legal with what is just and right in Your sight.
Marian Wright Edelman in A World of Prayer: Spiritual Leaders, Activists, and Humanitarians Share their Favorite Prayers by Rosalind Bradley

O Lord, Forgive and Give
For our insensitivity to your creation,
For vandalism and violence,
For crassness and carelessness,
Forgive us, O Lord.

For hardness and hatred,
For cruelty and callousness,
Forgive us, O Lord

For baseness and blindness,
For rebellion and ruthlessness,
Forgive us, O Lord.

For greed and gracelessness,
For indifference and ignorance,
Forgive us, O Lord.

For disrespect and drabness,
For lack of sense and laziness,
Forgive us, O Lord.

Grace and goodness,
Love and liveliness,
Give us, O Lord.

Calm and carefulness,
Generosity and goodness,
Give us, O Lord.
David Adam in Power Lines: Celtic Prayers about Work