Humility

Being humble makes a person exhibit qualities of self denial irrespective, of intelligence, qualifications, beauty, wealth and age. The humble makes themselves available to learn and sometimes might well be knowledgeable than their teachers, but they acquire additional knowledge. The humble is not quick to argue, but ready to enter into healthy discussions. The humble …

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Being humble makes a person exhibit qualities of self denial irrespective, of intelligence, qualifications, beauty, wealth and age. The humble makes themselves available to learn and sometimes might well be knowledgeable than their teachers, but they acquire additional knowledge. The humble is not quick to argue, but ready to enter into healthy discussions. The humble is not quick tempered, but exercises restrain which prevents chaos. The humble avail themselves to go through tutorship of their role model.

The benefits of humility cuts across every sphere of life, apprentice who are able to go through the difficult times of training emerge finally acquiring skills which helps them make a living.

The achievements of great people could be traced to having mentors in their lives that they understudied. Every great person has a story to tell and it all works around humility enabling them to achieve.

 

In the bible, Moses humbled himself as a prince of Egypt to go through training in the desert from his father in law Jethro in order to deliver Israelites from Egypt. Also Elisha had to study under his mentor Elijah and he received the double portion of the anointing on Elijah at the end.

 

Through humility a person is tried, tested and becomes well able to deliver. Such a person will have experience and becomes effective in their trade and positions they are given.

 

To become a seasoned person in your profession, humbling yourself and studying under those who are well knowledgeable and experienced in your profession could make it possible for you to become better than them.

 

By: Edward Adjei

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