i checked the answers from the link i pulled the question from and a lot of the answers were along these same lines, but i don't think you need to be a churchgoer or a person of faith to practice humility.
bordwithyou wrote:I think modest and unassuming are good synonyms for what I think of when I think of a humble personality.
I can go with that.
<<"you are no more, or no less special than anyone else out there." >>
"teaching a child that they are no more or less special than anyone else is a far cry from pretending that differences (advantages or disadvantages) don't exist at all."
"Maybe we should define what humble means. What traits are we looking for, to determine if our kids are humble, if we are humble? and what are some specific ways we can accomplish that?"
"Your question would be easier to answer if you would define humble."
I will try to help you out.
"I don’t mind a banshee, that’s fine. 2 banshees? I HATE you. I actually wish bad things upon you." -- Day Daily #459 P1