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Keeping a humble demeanor at all times - VERY HARD TO DO

 
gus
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08/10/2011 03:10 PM
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Keeping a humble demeanor at all times - VERY HARD TO DO
I find that keeping oneself bathed in humility all the time is very difficult. It is specially difficult when you are dealing with those who have chosen a path or lesser purity. You'll recognize in them patterns that you don't like in yourself, and that will make you angry.

You must be true, honest and humble with yourself and others.

I find this to be the "golden key" (eg. like the "golden rule") to everlasting happiness, success and enlightenment on a spiritual basis.

Whenever you act or talk in arrogance, scorn, judgment and self-importance (egoism), you are attracting negative energy to yourself.

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Horace bubba

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Re: Keeping a humble demeanor at all times - VERY HARD TO DO
That's why I don't bother.
The Devil would never go down to Georgia.

Eeew.
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08/10/2011 03:14 PM
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Amen, brother. I struggle with it daily, but why else even bother sticking around? It is the only possible option for personal evolution. Anything else is just meaningless spinning...
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Re: Keeping a humble demeanor at all times - VERY HARD TO DO
There is nothing 'wrong' with extracting yourself from negative personalities. To deal with them, you must (appear) to become negative yourself.

Don't 'fool' yourself.

If they detect your movement to 'humble surrenity' in these episodes, they will use it to their advantage.

Defending yourself in a sociopathic environment is not 'non-humility'...

It is intelligence (in a foundation of humility).

If you find they don't 'extract' themselves out of your sphere of influence (or the action of life does'nt move the out [your Vibration), THEY EAT YOU. (your life energy).

Stay Attentive & Keep On The Watch...

All the very best thru this Run-Up to Change.
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08/10/2011 04:15 PM

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Good topic, OP. I try to surround myself with peaceful, enjoyable people, and stay away from rude, demeaning types. It's hard though when several family members have explosive tempers, and foul mouths. I'm avoiding one of them right now, just can't deal with the personality.
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Re: Keeping a humble demeanor at all times - VERY HARD TO DO
I find that keeping oneself bathed in humility all the time is very difficult. It is specially difficult when you are dealing with those who have chosen a path or lesser purity. You'll recognize in them patterns that you don't like in yourself, and that will make you angry.

You must be true, honest and humble with yourself and others.

I find this to be the "golden key" (eg. like the "golden rule") to everlasting happiness, success and enlightenment on a spiritual basis.

Whenever you act or talk in arrogance, scorn, judgment and self-importance (egoism), you are attracting negative energy to yourself.

[link to www.twopaths.com]

Post your experiences!
 Quoting: gus 1501037


You know I think this is the mistake most Christians make. We are to humble ourselves before God, but we are to stand for God before men. Some people do wrong and it is up to us to say something about it. Jesus wasn't a wimp. He didn't shrink from confrontation. Confronting someone's bad behavior is not about arrogance. We are all here to help each other and remind each other if one of us gets off track. It's not judgmental to remind someone of their responsibility to practice the golden rule. It can be done kindly, privately but firmly. It is still up to them to decide if they are going to change, but we are within our perfect right to judge that we do not want to be around that person anymore.

Meek and weak are two different words. Was Samual weak? Was Elijah weak? Was Paul weak? NO, they stood up for God and told people what they were doing wrong and reminded them what God wanted.





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