“Many of us may equate humility with weakness, whereas just the opposite is true. Just look at the antonyms of humility: pride, arrogance, rudeness, vanity, pretentiousness, pomposity, and boastfulness. A person known for these characteristics is indeed weak. True humility means being open and receptive to new ideas. It is being unpretentious. It is the consciousness of consent, a willingness to be shown the higher path through a surrender of the lower personality. With humility our true worthiness begins to shine as the noonday sun. Without it a form of rigidity may set in, which becomes another experience to work through.”
John Randolph Price, in “Living a Life of Joy”
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