- "Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves, each looking out not for his own interests, but (also) everyone for those of others."
Another paradox is of course that in our quest to know God we journey best by turning inwardly. That is, we are to relate to our Creator from our inner being, the who that we really are. In the two greatest commandments we give to God our whole heart, soul, and mind - that requires our all our internal being. Tied to that is to love our neighbor as we love ourselves - that requires our turning towards our neighbor the external. In my thoughts I see we take from God the beauty, the love, the mercy, (faith, hope and charity) and reflect the light of Christ towards our neighbor so that they see what we see- God in all His splendor. In doing that were truly doing all things for the greater glory of God.