Meditation for PeaceHumility.Humility is humbleness, lowlinessDuring a dry season, extremely dried soil in as field can become hydrated (reunited ) again when it rains. But sand and small rough rock could not be reunited together even if it rains cats and dogs.A green leafy tree will adapt itself to escape from strong winds but a dead tree still stands against the odds when facing wind. It will definitely be broken in two when facing strong winds. The latter tree will not grow even though it received plenty of water.A green leafy tree will adapt itself to escape from strong windsA metaphor for a person without humility is likened to one who could not be united with others kike the small rugh rock. It will not be prosperous or progress in life, and resembles the dried dead tree.The word humility derives from the word Nivato.Nivato means without air or not inflated with air.Hivato means without air or not inflated with air.During a dry season, extremely dried soil in as field can become hydratedHumility is humbleness, lowliness (ego less), gentleness, not showing conceit; not being haughty, puffed up or arrogant, but being on who is humble and does not boast him/herself to of colossal power etc.
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