The greatest among you will be your servant.
All who exalt themselves will be humbled,
and all who humble themselves will be exalted.
The worse you feel about yourself
the more you need to be encouraged, right?
Those who seek greatness
are starving for themselves.
But the Beloved died
humbly pouring himself out.
One can be no greater
than to serve beside him.
The less your opponent listens,
the louder you shout, right?
Those who exalt themselves
are only trying to convince themselves.
But a much quieter voice, truthful, absolute,
has spoken calmly: You are worthy.
No need to say more.
The rose unfolds, at peace in its unfolding.
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