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Is There a Need to be Humble? – Sadhguru

Sadhguru answers a question on self-confidence and humility, and looks at whether it is better to be arrogant or humble in life.

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18 thoughts on “Is There a Need to be Humble? – Sadhguru”

  1. They say humility produces confidence. How does it and how can it? They say humility produces holiness. How does it and how can it? They say that when you have humility, humility acts like a little captain that keeps all the other virtues in line. That is such a lie.

  2. Indian women are so beautiful, feminine, graceful, and ladylike.

    God bless and protect the nobility of India.

    I wish Americans would express nobility in their behavior and mannerisms, unfortunately (as a culture as a whole) we have abandoned ourselves to being trashy, crude, and trashy in our speech, behavior, life choices, and mannerisms.

    I wish for the return of Kingdoms. I wish for the return of nobility. When we have kings, the "commoners" try to be noble, they have royals as role models.

    I think the whole world should be broken up into small 100% sovereign kingdoms (or queendoms). Then every year or every six months all kings get together and meet up and hold a "global court of kings". This way all the kings will keep each other in check, and prevent any rogue kings from trying to conquer other nations. All the nations of the world should be of a similar small size, none big enough to bully any others. Then all the little kingdoms would operate like cells in a body, in a symbiotic unity.

    I pray for nobility to return to America.

  3. Lee Kuan Yew, the father of modern Singapore never allowed Singapore to build statues of him even after his death. He said my legacy won't be my statues or monuments but the thriving Singapore.

    For someone to raise to his level of prominence and to say that is something extraordinary

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