"In return for my love they are my adversaries; But I am all prayer."
Psalm 109:4 JPS 1917
Someone quoted to me the part of this verse which says "I am all prayer". The idea "I am prayer" was used this way:
Suppose I perform an action with Hashem in mind, in obedience to Him, and I do it for Him. This, it was stated, is a nonverbal form of prayer in which my actions communicate to Hashem.
For instance, if I am performing a task at work when no one is watching-- say, cleaning up-- and I choose to do a good job when no one will notice or care, but I do it for Hashem with Him in mind, is that action a form of prayer?
Has anyone heard of this verse being used this way, or are there other sources to support this?