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Grapevine : July 2011
26 July 2011 BY the time I came upon the Seventh Step, I had already discovered many unsuspected defects and assets in my life. e extent that I had gotten to know myself was the extent that I experi- enced humility. For, as I understand it, humility, as expressed in the Seventh Step, is essentially accept- ing the truth about me. Step Seven is not about humiliation, nor is it intended to rob me of my self-confidence, self- worth, or basic humanity. I believe the practice of humility that the Seventh Step calls for can be a source of great benefit. It enables me to let go of self-reliance and helps metoseemylifeinabal- anced, healthy way. StepsKnow Thyself! True humility comes when he accepts all that he is, good and bad