I wanted to share this reference from C.S. Lewis on humility. I believe this message accentuates the need for each of to behave humbly as we learn to improve relationships with all others.
“Do not imagine that if you meet a really humble man he will be what most people call ‘humble’ nowadays: he will not be a sort of greasy, smarmy person, who is always telling you that, of course, he is nobody. Probably all you will think about him is that he seemed a cheerful, intelligent chap who took a real interest in what you said to him. If you do dislike him it will be because you feel a little envious of anyone who seems to enjoy life so easily. He will not be thinking about humility: he will not be thinking about himself at all.
If anyone would like to acquire humility, I can, I think, tell him the first step. The first step is to realize that one is proud. And a biggish step, too. At least, nothing whatever can be done before it. If you think you are not conceited, it means you are very conceited indeed.”
Enjoy life easily by continuously learning to remain proud of the real person you are with others. I’ll add a simple quip on humility from a former boss of mine, “we all have sh*t on our boots.” Continue learning.