Crazy me. Though atheist I may be, I like to sing Catholic songs on the weekend. It drives my family crazy because they suck. But that's kinda why I like them so much! I remember back in the day when we were finally allowed to sing the Protestant hymn "Amazing Grace" we shouted a great "Hallelujah." Actually it was sort of a whispered, "It's about time."
Any former Catholics remember the song "We are the Light of the World" by Jean Greif ? (I have to give the person credit for this song because I don't want to be blamed for it.).
Here's a verse
2. Blessed are they who are meek and humble,
They will inherit the earth.
Bless us, O Lord, make us meek and humble;
Bless us, O Lord, our God.
We are the light of the world,
may our light shine before all,
That they may see the good that we do,
and give glory to God.
So, tell me, what is so "meek and humble" about saying you're the light of the world?