“Humility isn’t denying your strengths; it’s being honest about your weaknesses.”
—Rick Warren (born 1954)
We are not born as perfect as the way the movies depict but we all have weakness.
The powerful part is accepting and recognizing our weakness and once someone identifies them we don’t be defensive but willing to improve on them.
There are theories on humility and everyone has different meaning but I agree with this “you don’t need to deny your strength”.if you are capable of solving a problem, kindly do. If you have the ability to make impact somewhere please do.
It is double speak when you claim to be humble and the people around you require your skills and you sit back and see someone struggling. When you can handle the task in a minute or less.
Also “accepting your weakness” you don’t need to prove anything. If you can’t do it, it okay you can’t do it . Accept it and allow someone to teach you or learn from someone.
Am writing to you not to attack you but to make you see. I hope I have been an instrument of change. So be a partner of this site and let’s grow together.