Bringing To light A Refined Character Trait of Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme
Bringing To Light A Refined Character Trait of Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme
If Humility is a surname
If Humility was a surname then who would be worthy to bear?
Humility is the virtue of being humble and not holding any excessive feeling of pride.
It is humility that makes a person more empathetic and aware of the feelings of others. Humility enables us to acknowledge the achievements and struggles of others and to offer help when needed.
So much humility I have seen from one man I call him my mentor..
And I say I wish to be like you Sir Maurice Emeka Akueme.
You taught us all this heavenly virtue when we came across you, always smiling and gisting with us so freely and always looking out to help when ever necessarily.
You always believe that…
There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.
Am tutored by you and I also know this for a fact that humble person is rare to come across now-a-days. However, it can be challenging to even free yourself from the pit of arrogance and pride.
To be humble doesn’t mean to have low self-esteem. Humble people can have great talent, yet they’re extremely self-aware of their talents, and keep everything in perspective.
So therefore apart from being very humble you are so hardworking and successful.
So much qualities to emulate.
“A grateful heart is a beginning of greatness. It is an expression of humility. It is a foundation for the development of such virtues as prayer, faith, courage, contentment, happiness, love, and well-being.” – James E. Faust
All who come across you have this to say…
Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme professes to be a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little, mean distinctions of climate or of country, which diminish the benevolence of the heart and set bounds to philanthropy
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