Humility means that one should not be anxious to have the satisfaction of being honored by others.
In this world of Maya, which is averse to the Lord, full of trials and tribulations, only patience, humility and respect for others are our friends for Hari bhajana.
When we truly desire to become more humble, we become painfully aware of how often our actions are motivated by the desire to impress others.
Humility is practical application of knowledge.
To measur whether it is humility or depression, check whether you are advancing spiritually or going down.
The more one makes spiritual advancement, one feels humble and as one's devotion is superficial that much he feels that he is a great devotee.