“Humility is so crucial to hearing and knowing people. And yet, how difficult is it to count others better than ourselves? Very hard, I think. I like the way Michelle Cushatt says it …
Tough relationships bring us face-to-face with tough questions:
When am I supposed to set boundaries to protect my legitimate needs?
And when am I supposed to lay down my self-centered expectations meet another’s needs?
I just finished reading the book Humility by Andrew Murray. It’s not an easy read, but it’s a beautiful one. In many ways, Murray’s words fly in the face of so much of our secular culture right now. For example:
Andrew Murray says it like this: ‘Humility is the only soil in which the graces root … The truth is this: Pride may die in you, or nothing of heaven can live in you.’ … .”