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The Willing Shehperd who Stands / #servantleadership #brotherskeeper #sisterskeeper #littlelights When shepherd cease to do their jobs the sheep do scatter. They know not to stay together nor have the strength to fight off wolves as one flock. Moment to moment it is not hard to lead the flock. The test is in endurance. Staying with them and moving at their pace. Sheep are slow and keep their heads down. A shepherd task is to be their additional eyes and ears and to care for them with a…

These are the few ways we can practice humility: To speak as little as possible of one's self. To mind one's own business. Not to want to manage other people's affairs. To avoid curiosity. To accept contradictions and correction cheerfully. To pass over the mistakes of others. To accept insults and injuries. To accept being slighted forgotten and disliked. To be kind and gentle even under provocation. Never to stand on one's dignity. To choose always the hardest. Mother Teresa…

Let us beg from Our Lady to make our hearts "meek and humble" like her Son's was. We learn humility through accepting humiliations cheerfully. Do not let a chance pass you by. It is so easy to be proud, harsh, moody, and selfish, but we have been created for greater things. Why stoop down to things that will spoil the beauty of our hearts? --Mother Teresa

Red Flag #26. Obsessed with humiliating successful, kind cheerful people. Delighted by the idea of breaking up friendships and marriages. If you work hard to maintain interpersonal peace in your life, they will make it their mission to uproot all of it.

To live greatly we must develop the capacity to face trouble with courage, disappointment with cheerfulness and triumph with humility.

"Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat." -Mother Teresa

The trouble part....got it.....The triumph part....I try.....The disappointment with cheerfulness.....ummmm.....gotta work on that. Disappointment is a hard thing for me!

"The principles of living greatly include the capacity to face trouble with courage, disappointment with cheerfulness, and trial with humility. Thomas S. Monson "

“These are the few ways we can practice humility: To speak as little as possible of one's self. To mind one's own business. Not to want to manage other people's affairs. To avoid curiosity. To accept contradictions and correction cheerfully. To pass over the mistakes of others. To accept insults and injuries. To accept being slighted, forgotten and disliked. To be kind and gentle even under provocation. Never to stand on one's dignity. To choose always the hardest.” ― Mother…

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