Humanity has far too much self-importance. As pride creeps in, we want more recognition, more admiration, more influence. Few have ever wanted less. Putting the premise into action, an established Christian author writes anonymously about living and dying in simplicity, contending that true success, as modeled by Jesus, starts with humility, service, sacrifice, and surrender. When we stop imitating the world and choose to embrace obscurity, real life—chock full of significance, purpose, and renewed passion—begins.