by Matthieu Giroux
We are flawed at first. But our soul will allow us, later, to perhaps find perfection. That’s why being humble is important.
The one who is humble is able to forget himself to be fully available to others. He can forget himself to accomplish the best gestures that adapt to others. So, every time we perceive our humility, we say that it is scientific, that is, adapted to nature. So, we leave our pride to replace it with the joy of humility and dialogue.
When we see someone, we are filled with the shots promoted by films and cartoons. Also our specialization, due to school, prevents us from accessing to the other. So, it is first of all about writing, to understand ourselves and to be read, in order to understand others. Then we go to a reading stories’ workshop, theater, communication, to see if we have an inter-personal intelligence.
We can also have a communicating friend, whom teaches us the others, whom teaches us the telling, while we learn the substance. The important thing is to try, to try. It is about discovering some of the seven multiple intelligences which compose us, which the school could not grow.
So we say to ourselves that the one in front of us, after seeing fake shots, may have important things to say. It is about filling gaps in ourselves. After all, it’s mostly the society that created our personality, provided when we had an educator.
So we discuss. Our writings are used for that. So we notice our shortcomings. So we are every day a little more humble. Then we bring something to the one who listens to us, perhaps from the beginning, because we will have created hypotheses with the others, which will have grown in us, to create a superior hypothesis, able to capture our listener.
So we seek this truth, this intuition that it is a phrasing’s question, of writing, to approach the truth, knowing that we are the Christ only when we are in the truth, when our mission becomes a world’s mission. Our humility will grow every time we say we have not reached the truth.
Find a higher truth than you would have guessed.