I am humble. When I think of others, I admire those who are humble the most. Being humble allows me to demonstrate that I am human. My missteps remind me of my fallibility. My humility ensures I can learn from my errors and move on. To me, the word humble means to behave in a modest and unpretentious way. I avoid being prideful or arrogant. I feel these characteristics are undesirable and in direct contrast to being humble. My life is full of serenity and contentment, largely because I strive to be unassuming and without presumption. I choose to show humility, especially when accepting compliments from others or making apologies. Because I believe that each human being is unique and important, my humility remains steady whether I am dealing with a supervisor at work, a close friend, or a family member. The riches I experience in life remind me of the importance of remaining humble, regardless of the situation. Today, I reflect on my humility and share it with others. My life is rewarding and fulfilling because I practice humility. Self-Reflection Questions: 1, Do I consider myself to be humble? Why or why not? 2, What are some examples of how I have been humble when relating to others? 3, How can I practice humility more often and how will doing so make my life better?