This past weekend I rode my bike to the park. As I was sitting on a rock, I saw a young girl cleaning. She was pushing a broom and sweating. I thought "poor girl" and then I thought, "Sue stop, stop judging. You don't know that girl’s story, just thank her."

So I did just that, and she looked at me and said "No thank you. This job saved my life. I've lost 40 pounds!”

I find that when I mind my own business, I don't feel superior to anyone. Then, I actually have a real exchange with a human being.

I guess that's what humble really means.