Scene: Mini-van = 1, Teenagers = 6
Prompt: Anavah means humility. Consider the Alan Morinis phrase:
“No more than my space, No less than my place”.
Teen 1 – The perfect balance between being egotistical and shy
Teen 2 – Maybe not shyness but if you see some sort of injustice, it is your place to stand up against it
Teen 3 – Being careful though that if you define your place as standing up for some things, and then you don’t stand up for other things, maybe no one else will…
Teen 4 – Sometimes your impatience in a situation can override your ability to recognize someone else’s needs
Teen 5 – And when you ask for help you need to trust that they can handle the job and give them the space they need to do it
Teen 6 – Humility is knowing not only when you’re being unreasonable but when everyone is being unreasonable and being able to call people out on it without being even more of a bleephole.
Collective understanding: Humility can be practiced believing that thinking of yourself less is not thinking less of yourself
- Experiment with restraint in being right without pointing out to others how right you are
- Let others talk last as well as first