May we take comfort in the meek
And all that is not great and grand;
To be so is not frail or weak -
We need not always make command.
May we at times learn to let go,
To step down off our lofty horse;
It is not always dark below,
We need not meet all trials with force.
May we not always speak of I
Or stare at our reflection
We do not need to sit on high,
Nor do we need perfection.
May we always be alert
For when pride is fully fed;
Should we give it a dessert,
Then ego rears its ugly head!
May we learn to embrace
The modest and the humble;
It is not always a disgrace
To let that ego crumble!