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|HUMILITY. Practice humility. Too much humility is pride. Rabbi Ha-Levi. Hippel. |
Humility is better than pride. C. Hodge. G. Mogridge. T. Elyot. Humility is a
Christian grace. Humility is the dress-coat of pride. Do not practice excessive
|When criticized, we do not as much as pause to think if we might be in the wrong |
and need to make amends. Instead, we instantly get back at the critic and avenge
ourselves. Talking too much: Overcome by pride, we do not think much. We are ...
|HUMILITY. AND. PRIDE. Proverbs 11:2; 1 Peter 5:5 It is our self-importance, not |
our misery, that gets in His way. DANIEL CONSIDINE ... No one who puts too
much stock in himself can enter the Kingdom of God. When we became
|Pride does that sort of thing. ... Pride breaks up relationships, whereas humility |
tenderly nurtures them on their way. ... the child too little attention (thinking mainly
of the parent's needs) and giving the child too much attention (thinking only of the
|This fact explains much. Let us examine the people we think are spiritual to see if |
it is because of (s) almost solely or too much (pb). #294 Pride, Humility, and
Feeling Good About Oneself Some people are afraid to be humble because they
|Then they fell to talking of Mrs. Thorpe and Bonnie Brae, and Effie said, " Do you |
know, father, I sometimes wonder if it can be all true ; it seems so wonderful, as if
God had done too much for us; it was just the one thing I longed for most, that ...
|An exercise program should be one that starts so gradually that the body can |
easily adjust and get accustomed to it. Progression should be slow but
challenging. Most people try to do too much too quickly, with results of either pain
, frustration, ...
|But alas, which of us, O my Friends, is entirely innocent and blameless here P |
How few Follies had any ' of us carried into aged Life, if we had not had too much
Pride and Self-flattery to invite and encourage the AdmOnitions of our Acsi ...
|It may be that the word “pride” is overly laden in the other sense; it connotes |
arrogance altogether too much, the ... It is humility. For humility, too, is pride. Only
haughtiness and humility are opposite. But the humility that is conscious of being
|You'll be about the parlour-door, and just then you will want something up-stairs.” |
Annie St. John, from her low seat by the fire, heard part of this dialogue ; too
much for her comfort. Some words and sentences were spoken so low as not to ...