“People hear the word “humble” and imagine “worthless”, they hear “to become humble” and imagine “to become a nonentity and lose yourself”. At the same time, they forget that humility is a virtue and as a virtue it makes us fuller, deeper and richer; and, most importantly, Christian humility paradoxically has to do with human greatness—something that we had when the Lord created us.”
(Iguman Nektary Morozov in orthochristian.com)