A person with humility raises the value in others.
An artist with humility knows their gift is for others. Their gift is not for their own fame or fortune. It is to benefit others.
A wealthy person with humility leverages their wealth and prestige for the benefit of others and not their own security or rank.
An executive with humility uses her knowledge for the benefit of those she serves not just her own benefit.
A spouse with humility puts the needs of his or her spouse ahead of his or her own needs.
A parent with humility uses his or her power, knowledge, and position in the home add value and train their children in what is best for them.
A neighbor with humility values their neighbor by not turning the subject back on themselves.
A coach with humility coaches with the best interest of the player and team as the priority an not her reputation as the priority.
To follow Jesus is to raise the value of others because of the value Jesus has given you.
Jesus’ disciples were arguing about which one of them was the greatest. Jesus knew what they were thinking, and he had a child stand there beside him. Then he said to his disciples, “When you welcome even a child because of me, you welcome me. And when you welcome me, you welcome the one who sent me. Whichever one of you is the most humble is the greatest.”