This invocation begins with the witch speaking in his/her own voice. Then, once the text becomes italicized, the witch is speaking in the voice of the Goddess--as priests in mainstream cultures do for their "God".
NOTE: The first, second and third person pronouns used for the Goddess (example: I, You and Her) are all capitalized as they are in most Western literature released throughout the centuries when "God" is speaking or being spoken to. However in this invocation, the second person prounouns Ye, You, Your, Yours, etc. are all capitalized as well when the witch speaks in the voice of the Goddess.
The Goddess sees all people as being equal to Herself. We are Her children. We are students who will one day rise to the level of the Gods. No one is left out. Regardless of their religious background or their current religious practices, their spiritual evolution will continue at the pace appropriate to the individual. We all arrive at the same level of evolution in the end whether we go to heaven, the Summerland or elsewhere in the universe. Though we all may be younger than the Gods, physically (and more important spiritually), the Goddess recognizes that we all end up joining the divine through spiritual evolution.
Thus the second person pronouns are capital to represent the respect that the Gods have for US. We matter to them and not simply as pawns. We are peers to them and will one day (perhaps many reincarnations from now) speak to them on equal terms.
This invocation demonstrates that no true god needs to speak to His or Her children with disrespect. The Gods are beyond such pettiness and self serving egotism. They achieved godhood for a reason.