Demureness - to be markedly quiet, composed, graceful, unruffled and undemonstrative in general; to be conspicuously inconspicuous; to not seek after others' observation, nor need an audience. To become graceful, not a fashion-statement or walking pr0n0graphy, or a trumpet-mouth; to accentuate and likewise appreciate in others also, the peace, calm, and invisibility of the Spirit, rather than vanity, excitement and body curves; to not seek attention, nor need to be the center-of-attraction, whether overtly, subtly, or craftily.
Docility - to be easy to teach; willing to obey, cloaked with gentleness and helpfulness; attentive to the instruction given from God, your spouse, or your parents (whatever the case may be); and not one's own wants and cravings; to stop questioning proper authority and begin accepting. People waste so much time in seeking to work out what they see (with lunatic, fragile minds) when in the seeing of God's Purpose, all is done.
Unpretentiousness - to not feign in fraud or in jest, nor lie or "make-believe" such as false professions of purpose, even in your own mind; to carry no airs; to know and accept that one has infinitely less wisdom than God; to say exactly what you mean and to mean exactly what you say. To have the most serious mind and the deepest commitment; keep your word even under adverse circumstances; to repent of wrong-doings with conviction never to do it again, rather than allow "Self"-pity/sadness without hope; instead accept stoically with determination never to do it again; remain brave not only when things are pleasant, but when you see weaknesses in your-Self and your mistakes; always avoiding emotions.
Gratefulness - being thankful for discipline, kindness, mercy and love shown; find Joy in the knowledge of God's Love for you; never take anything or anyone for granted; to show/demonstrate gratitude with actions, not just words; practice reasons to give thanks.
Lowliness - having a low (the correct) estimate of one's own importance; knowing our true nature as fallen Spirit-Beings, imprisoned inside human-animal bodies; to never on any occasion serve "Self"-delusions in thinking you are good, sane and wise, whilst Satan seeks to devour our souls with lies and deceptions, including that he and we are great.
Meekness - to be tame-spirited, continuously quelling any violence in oneself; make oneself approachable by any, without compromising principles; to avoid relying upon one's own point of view and forcing it upon others; to practice restraining immediate impulses and emotions, avoiding doing things in a rush and without due consideration.
Modest - not overrating one's own merit; unassuming; not excessive in manner; pure-minded (listening only to God and not Satan will ensure this); not placing oneself above any other Being, in words, deeds and your heart (having/showing no favouritism/higher-respect to persons or status); keeping check on your-"Self" first and foremost, all the time, rather than seeing small blemishes elsewhere; to refrain from seeking appreciation from others and strive to do everything for the higher benefit and the good of everyone else.
Obedience - properly submissive, recognizing rightful Authority (not mind-controlled propaganda). Having loyalty in thought, word and deed; no whoring and infidelity, heeding lies.
Obsequiousness - obedient to a high degree, with staunch reluctance to be deterred in correct action, or thought.
Propriety - a proper and absolute sense of right and wrong; maintaining correct attitude and conduct. Accepting there is often no need to ask "why", but rather, there is just a right way and a wrong way of doing things. A True righteousness, with a Spiritual certainty, not partaking in the nice sounding philosophical theories of mankind.
Submissiveness - unresisting; accepting without resistance the orders or justified treatment or lot (fate) met with; to give way; yield to authority. Remembering that fear and doubt are mind-killers. They are the little deaths that lead to total obliteration. Let them Pass by (become a "passerby" as God instructed).
Subservience - to be under authority of and answerable to a Higher-power, and submit one's will for the good and beneficence it gives; enjoying the Freedom of True discipline. The hallmark of a Disciple is discipline.
didn't think it possible but Makow has outdone himself again