How to Become Humble


The safest way to become humble about one’s virtues is to get married.

~ Walter Trobisch in I Married You

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5 thoughts on “How to Become Humble

  1. that would be funny if it were not true. Though having children certainly runs a close second. They provide regular reminders into how far my sanctification has to go.

  2. In light of Cindy’s earlier post about developing humility (or not) in the homeschooling environment, would this book be good for high-school-aged students?

  3. @LimboLady – I put the quote up because I read it this morning.  But I found it to be so true in my experience.  I never had A CLUE how selfish I truly was until I got married.@hiddenart – I’m not far enough to recommend it or not.  I’ve liked what I’ve read thus far. 

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