After the whirlwind of events — Jesus’ passion, death and resurrection — Peter decides “I am going fishing.” The six others who were with him said, “me too.” But they can’t catch anything. The scene serves as a kind of metaphor that once our lives are touched by Jesus we can’t go back to doing what we’ve always done. Followers of the Risen Lord have different values than the materialism of modern culture. Followers of the Risen Lord strive to “love their enemies and do good to those who persecute them.” Followers of the Risen Lord see the least of their brothers and sisters as worthy of care. After the Resurrection we see ourselves and everyone else as having a family resemblance to Jesus.