Can you not, have you hardened your hearts

Have you not seen
  the person sleeping on the street
Have you hardened your heart
  to the family who now sleeps there too
Have you not heard
  the cry of those fleeing war
Have you not done
  onto others as you would want done to you

Have you not seen
  those struggling to live on minimum wage
Have you hardened your heart
  to the poor, hungry asking for food
Have you not heard
  the wails of those who mourn
Have you not wanted to do
  because love of ourselves requires us to

Have you not seen
  the child falling asleep in class
Have you hardened your heart
  to hearing the truth of the needy
Have you not heard
  the whimper of injustice for the prisoner
Have you not thought
  it is required to show mercy, love justice
      and walk humbly with your God