Humility is open-minded, curious, willing to learn, willing to change, willing to listen, willing to grow. Humility also recognizes its own strengths. Humility does not mean lack of confidence. Humility does not mean doubting your own insights or abilities. Humility can means the courage to do or say a difficult thing - which from the outside might look like confidence or self-assurance. Self-doubt is the flip side of arrogance, both of which focus on the self. Humility and true courage and confidence remembers, "it is not about you." You are serving Spirit's activity.
Tarn Wilson is the author of the memoir The Slow Farm and numerous essays. You may read more of her work at tarnwilson.com.