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Humility is truth. Humility puts an x-ray on us and makes us see ourselves as we really are. Humility, according to Saint Bonaventure and Saint Bernard, is that
virtue by which man, through self-knowledge, acquires a lowly opinion of himself. It was humility that made Saint Augustine pray to God: 'May I know You; may I know myself.' Humility prompted the prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi: 'My God and my All! Who are You...and who am I?'"