There are those who feel that they are of superiority and believe that they have self-entitlement. The general behaviour is that of a rude, disrespecting and insulting, self-obsessive human-being.
The funny thing that I find is that the people who behave like this usually are unsuccessful in life and are trying to hang on to the delusion that they are of importance even though they are not established.
They manage to try convincing themselves and others that they are more knowledgeable and better than everyone else, yet they are still struggling to make ends meet.
The humble people are the ones that have worked hard all their life and have managed to make something of themselves. They have saved for a good future and are secure in the knowledge that what they have is well-deserved.
I am a very humble person; I live the way I want, and I love making positive improvements in my life. I study hard and I like to advertise my achievements only to encourage others that it is possible to achieve if you put your mind to it.
I honestly believe that people should celebrate the positive achievements that they have made in life and share them with the world.
I have also written two books on my blogs of Mental & Spiritual Health and how we can use techniques to manage or even overcome negativity.
This does not mean that I am better than anybody who hasn’t authored a book and I do not make it a habit of bragging about my achievements to compete with anyone. This is just something I chose to do for myself in memory and honour of my Beloved Father, my hero and best friend.
I like to better myself in many ways not just with what I can do but also to look after my reputation and wellbeing. It is not snobbish of me that I become embarrassed when I am around people who talk too loud especially when they are using foul-language.
I was just saying to my sister the other day that they may say ‘birds of a feather, flock together,’ but in this instance, I don’t mind hanging with them in their circles but certainly not in mine.
There is a time and place for everything and everyone and in order to represent yourself well, you would not invite people who behave badly to the occasions which require good manners and propriety.
There is a lot of arrogance in this world that we tend to stop reflecting on the humble.
There is no space for balance where arrogance is concerned especially when they are intent on putting others down. The pompous, arrogant conceited and the egotist bordering on to narcissism is a very unhealthy trait.
BE HUMBLE & HELP TO BUILD EACH OTHER UP!!
In being humble this is the balance it does not mean you cannot celebrate the hard work that you have put into your life.
IT IS OKAY TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS!!
In humbleness you can find the balance.
Natalie Bleau The Scripture of Balance