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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 5 (August 1, 1934)

The Loftiness of Lowliness

The Loftiness of Lowliness.

But humility (without servility) is an attitude towards Altitude which hits the high spots without actual aiming Lofty thought and lowly feeling are the brothers of the Big, who are tall enough to think among the stars with their feet firmly on the earth. They can as easily stoop to lift a wingless wasp as they can reach to pluck intellectual ice-blooms from Himalayan heights.