What I Learned in Heaven #13…Humility

HumilityI used to have a whole different idea of what humility is. I used to believe that humility was believing that you had less worth than dust (Picked that up from King Benjamin). However, though heaven was full of humility, I don’t remember seeing anyone at all who did not believe in and honor their worth. No one thought they had no worth. In fact, one of the most astounding parts of my experience in heaven was how we all honored each other and OURSELVES. We freely acknowledged our gifts and talents but we did not see them as anything that provided superiority if we had more or inferiority if we had less. Instead, each gift and talent was an incredible blessing and a way that we could more fully serve our Creator. Perhaps we should all be better at acknowledging the gifts we have been given – not with ego but with a spirit of gratitude. I am a witness that all that we are and all that we can become is a gift from God. Now, if I can just do a better job of using that gift to better serve the ONE who gave it to me, I will be one step closer to recreating what I witnessed in heaven.

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