Misunderstood humility

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Misunderstood humility 
“Humility” tends to be a word that confuses people. It does not mean to be a doormat, or self-denigrating, or low self-esteem.
Humble people do not seek or desperately need the approval of others. So, they do what they do without making a big deal of it.
Humble people can appreciate and enjoy compliments, attention, and appreciation. They just do not need that stuff in order to be all right. If they get it, that is fine. If they don’t get it, that is fine too.
This makes them magnetic – to people and to their good.
Much Love,
Jonathan

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