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A humble person is not fearful.

Or bothered by ridicule, humiliation, failure.  A humble person learns from failure, has compassion on jerks, abusers, enemies, but is not afraid to stand up for self, or others.  A humble person is not defensive, welcomes criticism, is not competitive, has nothing to prove to others or self.  A humble person is not intense, does not get stressed, is rarely in a hurry, because s/he doesn’t attempt to take on too much.  A humble person lives within his/her means, physically, emotionally, spiritually, financially.  A humble person experiences amazing peace.  A humble person enjoys others, self, Jesus, and His genius plan for everyone, including jerks and enemies.  It feels good to be around a humble person.  You walk away feeling good about yourself, not bad about yourself.

–ShepherdDave, who is never a humble person, unless freshly convicted of the sin of independence/confidence-he-knows-what’s-best, so he’s momentarily DumbSheepDave, enjoying the bliss of Jesus-dependency/humility, so the nonbelievers and believers around him might experience Jesus, before he’s wooed back to independency by the world, flesh, devil

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