Man, I have never felt pressured while blogging until today.
Something about it being the last post before Easter makes me all,
"You have to have it fun!"
"You have to make it Spring-like!"
"You have to make it profound!"
But this quote by C.S. Lewis has been ringing in my heart for the last few weeks so I thought,
"Maybe other people might want to talk about it, also."
It is Easter, after all.
Gosh. I think Mr. Lewis nailed it right on the head.
Obsessing about my weaknesses is not humility.
Thinking I'm not as good as the next person is not humility.
Telling myself I need to do, be, act, think better is not humility.
Being a good listener is humility.
Charity is humility.
Loving others unconditionally is humility.
Praying for others is humility.
Not assuming is humility.
Recognizing another's need is humility.
Giving more than you have is humility.
I feel uncomfortable giving any sort of advice on this blog.
I am an expert in nothing.
(except marshmallows, cotton candy, and s'mores.)
This is more for me than anyone else so I can hear your thoughts on humility and be uplifted by you.
Have a beautiful Easter, my good friends.
Love to you all.
ps... when I started writing this post I was riddled with anxiety.
Life seems much more calm now.