A selection from John Templeton's book Laws of Life on the topic of \"humility\".
Middle Aged (35-54)
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humility is vastly undervalued in our modern Western culture. It is a prevalent belief that humility is fine for the pious or the holy. But in the real world, it won't get you very far. Many people consider pride and aggressiveness as virtues and humility as weakness. This may be because they don't understand the meaning of humility. They may equate humility with self debasement in a sense of inferiority, when in fact this is not true humility. Actually, the opposite is true.