Humility


What is humility and why is it a favorable characteristic?

 Humility represents a courteous and respectful trait that generates appreciation among peers. It is a favorable characteristic in community because it doesn’t convey a need to surpass others and it demonstrates an individual comprehension. The practice of humility fortifies the ability to recognize and appreciate individuality.

Humility is practiced through respectful actions and understanding for social balance. A humble person exhibits modest opinions and maintain a receptive disposition. They retain individual control in adverse situations and display a disciplined ego when interacting with others. The ability to look beyond the self is established with humility and progresses to the practice of incorporating equality in conduct.

A humble person acts with a tamer attitude that is self-assured and confident to yield comprehension and acceptance amidst their community. Courtesy and consideration are favorable qualities that progresses a relationship to intimacy. Humility is a simple way of giving one’s self to strive for a mutual connection and it shall provide a strong foundation for an everlasting friendship.

Respect the qualities others possess, honor individual traits and embrace the love that humility encourages. Explore individuality by exhibiting who you are and acknowledging who others can be, every person deserves the opportunity to express who they are. Practice and enjoy the gifts of humility.

 

 

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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