PRACTICAL HUMILITY

Practical Humility

Humility: the quality of having a modest or low view of one’s importance.

Humility isn’t a display of being meek and mild; it is a matter of realising the value of having no self-importance. In order to be important, we have to believe that we are special, and above others.

Self-importance is an attachment to an idolised image.

We are living in a world that forgets
the spiritual dimension of life that has no dimension.

For that, we have to leave our pleasureful life
and realise what we truly are.

The side effect:
just being happy.

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