One rises to prominence only when he thinks himself to be humble. Humility brings forth what arrogance cannot. One must therefore never part with this noble virtue, be he great or small, high-born or low-born. God belongs to no caste, creed or society; hence there must be no difference between man and man on that basis. This is a godly quality, and one must try to imbibe it within one’s self. If instead we look down with hatred upon the low and small, we swerve away from the path of duty or dharma.