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What is humility?

"Humility is manifested in different ways at various stages of one's development."

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What is humility?

Question: What is humility?

Answer: Humility is manifested in different ways at various stages of ones development. For instance, humility of shudra is obedience. Humility of vaishya and kshatriya is to stay away from unneeded conflicts, not to give way to anger, and if a battle is lost to be able to accept ones own destiny. For a brahman humility is renunciation of the personal desires (except essential needs of the body), that is surrender to Gods will and non-attachment to the fruits of ones own actions and to the action itself. In a great detail this subject is covered in the Bhagavad Gita.

 

 
 

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