Belief; Humility means to humble onself

I wa talking to a friend this past week and the topic of Humility came up.  My friend is a wonderful gent who has created several bumps in his road of life.  As he has recovered from these ‘bumps in the road of life’ he has learned a great deal about humility.

As the story goes, his understanding of humility was to humble oneself, sometimes to the point of demeaning and allowing oneself to become much less than the soul we are representing is!

Recently he researched the definition of Humility. And this is what he found: The definition of humility (Random House Dictionary via is:  “modest opinion or estimate of one’s own importance…”  As I contemplated this, it hit me like a cosmic two-by-four (thank you team) that, by sheer definition, one cannot have true humility if one does not have belief/faith/trust in one’s own importance.  If I don’t have importance of myself, I cannot have a modest opinion of it.  I think this is where my agenda comes in…

From this definition and the impact of the cosmic two-by-four, my friend concluded that in order to have true humility, we must have a firm grasp on our own importance (not mental ego based), be in alignment with The Divine/The All and our agenda (which he believes is the root of his own importance), and have tranquility of soul and patience.

Given all of this, how might you be humble in alignment with your soul and your agenda?

How would you like to consider shifting some of your long-held  beliefs? 

Shift Your Perspective – Shift Your Belief – Shift Your Life Experience

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