The logical mind without humility will inevitably become intolerant. It will be confronted with apparent contradictions everywhere, and especially in people. In disbelief, it will feel the need to prune the bushes and pull out the weeds of these contradictions. The forest will be reduced to neat rows of hedges and the logical mind will call this nature.
The logical mind with humility, on the other hand, will not be so quick to judge. It will understand that individuals are capable of both good and bad. It will walk about the world as if through a thick forest of tangled paradoxes.