"The highest virtue..."

Worried that humility will handicap you in an aggressive world? Far from it!

The poet Alfred Lord Tennyson described humility as "the highest virtue, mother of them all...." Idylls of the King, "The Holy Grail." But there is much more to humility than that. It is a quality of thought indispensable to genuine success in life.

That this is so is proved in the life of that most humble of men, Christ Jesus. His unprecedented success came from a total freedom from pride and arrogance, enabling him to subordinate the human ego to the divine will of God, which does nothing but bless.

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October 30, 1989
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