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William Lawson, SJ was a writer of powerful simplicity. He penned this celebrated booklet in 1950, and it met with immediate success perhaps due as much to its radical exposure of all that passes for Christian humility as for its enduring explanation of the Gospel. We are hardly to be blamed, he says, if we do not know what humility is; there are so many fakes. Yet the simple virtue consists above all else in being your true self. The challenge Christ brings involves knowing the truth about yourself, and following Christ as God has made you.