My humility

God is my Superior, my only Superior. I am humble to Him. This is my supreme duty. God's children are my equals. I am humble to them. This is my greatest necessity. Pride is my inferior. I am humble to pride. This is my surest safety.

My humility is not self-denial. My humility in silence affirms what I truly have in my world without and what I surely am in my world within.

My humility is not abstinence from self-love. I love myself. I really do. I love myself because in me the highest Divinity proudly breathes.

Self-conceit tells me that I can easily destroy the world. It tells me that the world is at my feet. But my humility tells me that I have neither the capacity nor the desire to destroy the world. My humility tells me that the world and I have the real capacity and the sincere desire to cry for perfect Perfection. My humility further tells me that the world is not at my feet; far from it. I carry the world devotedly towards its self-realisation. The world carries me lovingly and openly towards my self-manifestation.

When I am all humility, I neither underestimate nor overestimate my life. What I do is to judge my life exactly, the way my Lord Supreme judges my life.

Humility is not a self-imposed, willed virtue. It is an inner state of consciousness that feels pure joy in its expression.