between's description is very good for how many pagans feel.
Note that there is nothing that forces you to believe that way, though.
'Pagan', is, in fact, something of a shotgun term used to describe anyone not Christian, Jewish, or Muslim. So, Hindus, Buddhists, American Indians, etc. are all pagans.
The most basic beliefs all have in common are not plentiful, but are, at least, the core beliefs:
1) There is no single all-powerful deity responsible for all life and all events
2) Conversely, there is no single, powerful, entity of evil ruling all other evils in a war against 'god'
3) As a result, these is no absolute 'right' or 'wrong' - a persons conduct must be ruled by their own conscience and how they would to be treated by others
4) EVERYTHING has special/spiritual significance. Living things especially are sacred. Which doesn't require a vegetarian lifestyle or wild-eyed pacifism (although some choose those paths) - it just means that if life is taken, it must be with consideration to the natural world, since it is also the spiritual world.