Being a good listener is more valuable than giving answers. Being present is more important than being dominant. Being part of a group is more important than being alone. By varying your sense of importance you become so much more aware of the greater reality that lies around you. You do not lose your identity, your strength, or your potential for contribution. You are in no way lessened in value by changing your view of who you are and your perception of creation. What it means, however, to lose yourself within the view of creation is that you become more sensitized to losing yourself to God. Those who preach of their own importance are really unaware of God, for they see only themselves. Those who are no longer aware of their importance have a far greater vision of God and therefore of all creation.
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