A man walked silently in bliss
And did not judge, nor saw a sin,
But emanated subtle peace,
That he had shining from within.
Some saw him, cried: “A Son of God!”
But many said: “He’s evil pure!
For jewish laws he cares not,
Must die while he is still obscure!”
Indeed, he died, or so it seemed
For those who pray to rotten flesh;
For those who lost in dreams undreamed
He whispers gently truth afresh:
“Teach not that I have died in vain,
Teach rather that I live in you!
And thus eternally remain
One with my brothers in God’s view”.