On the 26th of January 1998, in a notorious but memorable pithy address broadcast on live television, millions across the globe heard the patently flustered Bill Clinton uttering the above words with the unambiguous air of moral and authoritative conviction.
Try as you might, you won’t find these thought-provoking watchwords in your run-off-the-mill lexicon! Noteworthily, they form the title of Shirley Chisholm’s autobiography published half a century ago.
“I’m a humble person.” Isn’t it true that the very moment one opens their mouth and engages their tongue to roll out these words, they would have lost all credibility to being humble? Values are not feelings, hobbies or wishes.