He respects the differing opinions and views of people.
He does not think ill of others nor does he focus on their faults.
He accepts them for who they are.
He is a pure-hearted man.
The humble man counts his blessings and always gives thanks; he never complains.
He knows that his friends, family and acquaintances are gifts; he realizes that he can never live alone.
He does not compare, label nor gossip as he believes that he is not better than others.
He is not an oppressor yet neither an oppressed, for he fights with respect.
He is a free and happy man.
The humble man never considers himself humble at all, for he will be lifting himself up.
He is teachable, and he generously shares what has been taught; he does not keep it to himself.
He is committed to his improvement and learns from many people; he empties his cup.
He listens with an open heart and admits that he does not know everything.
He is a man of broad perspective.
The humble man never looks and talks with condescension; he always uplifts.
He inspires without ever knowing it; he leads but is a servant.
He never seeks for attention, but he reaches his hand for others.
He sees the goodness in every soul, but he never needed to flatter them.
He is a man who knows how to truly love.
The humble man naturally tends to serve; it is his joy to share his life with others.
He refuses to group people by status, wealth, credentials or race.
He realizes the need for his cooperation and help, especially in a team; he praises other efforts.
He shares his talents, skills and resources freely and never expects anything in return.
He is a man who knows how to give out of love.
The humble man easily forgives and does not keep a record of wrongs;
He honestly acknowledges his mistakes and asks pardon for his sins.
He follows the instructions of the Almighty, for he knows the pain of walking in contrary.
He puts his trust on His Word and is sure that he can do nothing it aside from His enablement.
He is a man of strength.
The humble man looks to Christ for divine inspiration; he knows that he is far from grace.
He offers tearful praises from his broken and contrite heart, for he knows he is not perfect.
He never boasts; he does not count the good deeds he has done as a man.
He is always at the foot of the Cross, begging for mercy.
He is indeed a forgiven man.
But he gives us more grace. That is why Scripture says:”God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.”
He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.