By Tim McGee
The more I discover you,
the less I can ignore—
or claim ignorance of what you ask.
You say to “Follow my commands”
You call me to meekness,
living in humility;
to die to myself—
so as to become holy, perfect.
You say to “Love one another”
You offer more than commands.
You lived among us,
showed us your way—
revealing to us that love is sacrifice.
You say to “Be strong and courageous”
True strength comes when I let go.
Against the fragility of a shattered ego—
no weapon can prosper.