Friday, February 12, 2016
When some people begin to experience a degree of success, they become overly confident of their own abilities. They behave as if no one else in the world can do what they do. That is to say they get an exaggerated sense of their own importance and are puffed up with pride, making it difficult for most people to work with them.
These swollen headed types also usually cease learning. Don't they already know everything in their "FIELD"? Despite their talent, they lose their usefulness. They tend to do little but think about themselves. They say words like "How Great I am" or " I'm the Greatest" or "None other like me."
If or when we recognize this fault, then a change will come! WISDOM.
Pride only breeds quarrels, but wisdom is found in those who take advise. Proverbs 11:2