Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart;
and you will find rest for your selves.
For my yoke is easy
and my burden light."
Christus Consolator, as the image of Christ sculpted by Thorwaldsen has been called, has been reproduced widely. The original stands in a lobby at Johns Hopkins Medical Center, another is in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The story how the statue came to be and where it rests at Hopkins is interesting, especially in this day and age when religious symbols are being stripped from public and private institutions alike. Read one account of this history by Nancy McCall: The Statue of the Christus Consolator at The Johns Hopkins Hospital