“True humility is not thinking less of yourself,
it is thinking of yourself less”. C.S Lewis.
Pride is the antithesis of humility-
delusion’s own prize relic.
Humility cowers between
amour-propre’s punches of asperity,
throwing him in the sea of conformity.
Humility advocates for appreciation
and respect for the human condition.
Ignites the fire of simplicity amid
Heals humanity’s braggadocio.
Keeping you warm through the
Humility allows honesty to radiate
Offers generosity, alleviation and
compassion with no ill intentions of
Allows the essence of clemency and
apology to shine without advocating
for great obsequiousness- leaving you
barren of recognition but with a
better appreciation and understanding
of another person’s worth.
Humility is an adjuration of ardor.
A haven where infamy is considered
A reality where one doesn’t project his
own thoughts, opinions and beliefs
on others but accepts them with
A truth that you’re not greater than
anyone – or beyond the strings of
admonishment or plain criticism.
Humility is self restraint from
vanity’s seductive embrace.
Not devoid of your own modesty.
Laying down bashfully; abasing yourself.
Submitting to God and to others for
You’re only human.