Reflection 4
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Reflection 4

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Maria Tulois-Kozak December 2nd, 2012 Final Reflection Professor McMenamin, 9 am Embracing Humility: Learning to Live, Give, and Love the Right Way Humility is a "word" that I have always taken for granted. Sure, I can easily claim to be humble and move on but how many people actually possess pure humility? How often do we completely push aside our own interests, no matter the circumstance, for those...

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Maria Tulois-Kozak December 2 nd , 2012 Final Reflection Professor McMenamin, 9 am Embracing Humility: Learning to Live, Give, and Love the Right Way Humility is a word that I have always taken for granted. Sure, I can easily claim to be humble and move on but how many people actually possess pure humility? How often do we completely push aside our own interests, no matter the circumstance, for those around us, family, friend, or complete stranger? To be totally self-giving, to the point where theoretically you give not only your coat if it is taken but your shirt as well, is an awesome feat. Yet, humility is an important virtue to work towards that helps us understand our relation to others and how to live. I have never in my life been as humbled as I have been and am by my time at Rosies place, or learned more about myself and those around me through working to be humble. Saint Augustine said that humility is the foundation of all other virtues, and that all human beings wishing to rise up must first descend. To foundation of all other virtues, and that all human beings wishing to rise up must first descend.

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