egoless


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egoless

(ˈiːɡəʊlɪs; ˈɛɡəʊlɪs)
adj
having no ego, or not having an inflated view of one's self-importance
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The mayor also asked the council members to rid themselves of egoism as he wants an "egoless" government.
Spiritualists sometimes urge us to counter self-consciousness by becoming egoless, a different kind of losing yourself.
She would automatically becomes egoless and more selfless.
Bran's egoless omniscience could be just what the realm needs after years of toxically self-interested and vindictive leadership.
"Stropy is egoless when it comes to those moments," Maddon said.
It might be easy to boast about the MiLL as a personal accomplishment but it is through egoless leadership that the MiLL is enabled to strive for its goals of helping provide opportunities for students and developing community relationships.
The 3 years I spent with the NRC in Canada allowed me to master most of the technique I now have with egoless Canadians as teachers.
On the one hand, her writings betray a frustration and disappointment hidden at the core of her heart; on the other hand, a peaceful and egoless atmosphere pervades her late poetry, indicating that after decades of arduous self-inquiry, Dickinson gradually relieves the mind and learns to prize casualness and blandness.
I hope another body will take over and start a new Scottish LGBT event which champions and celebrates diversity and equality, one who's intentions are genuine, transparent, egoless and not for profit.
One of the readers who read Woolf's texts both generously and critically was Jane Marcus, who similarly praised the generosity she saw in Woolf's stance as an "enraptured reader, egoless and open to the text, rather than aggressively attacking it" (Art & Anger 225).
IANS Cate Blanchett had fun working with Chris Hemsworth in Thor: Ragnarok, and says she has"never met a more generous and egoless performer than Chris." "People assume because we're Australian, and a relatively small company of actors often working abroad, that we all know one another.