AM: wonderful topic today, and that you highlight so much in your conversations, especially when we talk about one of the beings that has impacted you most on your path.
Me: Mother Teresa. And her enormous humility
AM: you explain it, and I even feel your mobilization when you talk about her and her action.
Me: I have already said it. I have enormous admiration for her work. What she has done for other human beings. For the homeless, for the sick and for the poorest. He was at the service of all of them during his long life. And always with the humility to place herself in another place than the one everyone tried to place her. She never thought of herself as a savior, nor as anyone special. She was just there organizing and acting to help them. And she was tireless. And she could, with her humble actions, generate controversy within the Church itself, which did not accept her.
AM: his actions spoke for what he did not say. And yet, she generated many devotees who helped her cause.
Me: a person who gave everything to help. A humble person in every sense of the word.
AM: and you, with so much admiration and reaching so much of her work, do you try to emulate her?
Me: No. I don’t think I can emulate her. Not even try to do what she has done. I am not spiritually qualified to do what she has done in her path. I don’t have the tools necessary to achieve her humility. I do not want to and will not show myself in this dialogue as a humble being, because I do not feel I am humble with that greatness that she has had.
AM: it is always important to be balanced and coherent with what we say and do, and that is what you are trying to do, so I think it is very good that you have explained it in this way.
Me: the admiration I feel for her makes me see how little humble I am sometimes in my path. Above all, when I face situations with people who push me out of my mind, who I feel live in a cloud, who are not sensible, and I feel humble. To be arrogant. To show that I am more than that person. A competition where the most important thing is not to make myself look bad and to make the other person look bad. It is unconscious. When I realize that I am on that path, today I stop for a second, and I start to think about what I do, and I regret it, trying to deactivate that pride and think humbly. It is hard work for me, but I am doing it.
AM: the question is why do you need to be humble?
Me: because it makes me feel better. It makes me think better. Pride was a necessary tool to be able to combat the suffering I had that I don’t have today. Forgiving has made me humbler, and humility makes me be connected to my essence. I don’t have to show who I am. Because I am what I am. And I show it continuously, without needing to show myself otherwise.
AM: humility is a necessary tool in human beings, in society in general, in the human species. Its evolution would be much faster if everyone had humility at the surface. It is just a matter of practicing it.
I invite everyone to watch Matías’ video with the theme of the day.
Finally, I encourage everyone to engage in conversation with their own I Am, to listen to what we each have to say to each other. No one else but us can re-signify our own being