Humility is being stopped by a policeman and admitting I am wrong.
Humility is admitting to a friend that I didn't stick to your exercise plan or keep my promise when I said I would.
Humility is admitting I am selfish to my spouse.
Humility is telling my grandchildren that I still do naughty things.
Humility is knowing when the wise words I say are not my own but are from the Holy Spirits' whispers.
Humility is listening when I want to speak, speaking when I want to remain silent, seeing each job and each person as better than my job and myself, and being sure of whose I am even when I fail.
Humilty is not something in which to be proud, rather it is something to bring to the Father and allow Him to make something beautiful out of it. It is knowing who God is and who I am not.
True humility can only be obtained through the working of God in my life. Funny thing is I want to be humble but I don't want to be humbled!