Humility is a Christian virtue and one that has been examined and discussed for centuries. This thread is to discuss the nature of humility within the Christian framework.
How does Christian humility differ from the secular idea of humility? Are humble people constrained from opinion? Is it "humble" to be a doormat? How does the idea of humble behavior differ from secular ideas about low self-esteem and other-directed behavior? Is humility a source of pride for some? Or is humble behavior itself a source of unrest for others when they witness it? Can humility inspire envy? Is it even a virtue worth having in this day and age?
Discuss. Nicely. :)