In that spirit I'd like to share the Jain "Namokara Mantra" that I attempted to recit at the statue of Gomateswara at Shavanabelagola (okay, I was too embarrassed to actually do it out loud, but the intent was there). The mantra is from a 162 B.C. Hathigumpha inscription.
Namo loe sawa sahunam,
Mangala nam ca sawesim,
Padamama havai mangalam."
( I bow to those defeating anger, ego, deception and greed,
I bow to the liberated souls,
I bow to the religious guides and instructors,
I bow to the teachers,
I bow to the wandering ascetics,
This five-fold vow destroys all sins and obstacles and of all auspicious mantras is the first and foremost one.)