I am graduating the Leadership Arkansas program a better leader of character, with a heart of compassion and a spirit of servanthood
. I'm proud to be an Arkansan!"
In a perverse elevation of self, the clerical minister hides behind the simulated humility of servanthood
in what must be one of the wackiest inversions of the Gospel.
In his homily, Tagle urged the faithful to reflect and live out the symbolisms of the crown of Mary: joy, humility, and servanthood
As God's vice-regents, humans must "imitate the nature of God's own rule of the world, which has been powerfully displayed in the servanthood
of the incarnate Son of God."
The good news is this: There are countless people who understand this and practice servanthood
at all times.
As a business owner and leader, Sue firmly believes in servanthood
to her industry, the marketplace as a whole, along with her community, where she serves as a volunteer for many organizations and boards in the area.
class="MsoNormalWell, that hope of servanthood
was short-lived as the pinnacle of this year and disappointment has taken centre stage 2022.
'Dignity, class and servanthood
, that's what we teach in our team.'
In today's fast-paced world, the words 'servanthood
', 'subservience', and 'submission' seem to be mere anachronisms.
However, qualities like humility, healthy and holy brokenness, weakness, and servanthood
are also emphasized in Scripture (see Tan, 2006).
The idea of servanthood
has a long history in Islam, particularly in Islamic mysticism, and the linkage between this idea and the nawafil tradition is first drawn in the writings of Ibn Barrajan, who insists that the meaning of the hadith is not that the servant becomes the Lord, but rather the opposite: God protects His friend by eliminating from his personality all attributes of lordship and divinity, such as pride, and by establishing in their stead qualities of servanthood
, like humility.