“There is a statement: to be proud for what you can do, and to be humble for who you are. Though, what if this was reversed? What if people were proud for who they are, and they were humble about what they can do? Does this not feed into negligence for actions, and then also a continuous demand for ‘acceptance’ in the name of that identity?
Negligence will be of the person too siphoned into their pride for who they are, because in their humility for what they can do, they are lazy.
How many dictators and how many other tyrants of the past, were more humble for what they can do, more lazy and more neglecting of others, to be proud of who they were?”– Anonymous