Naturalists (those without supernatural beliefs) who nonetheless wish to pursue spiritual (literally: 'essential') practices aimed at greater wisdom, equanimity, and happiness in life, can consider their approach to knowledge and claims to be a part of their spirituality - even an important spiritual practice of humility. But to truly practice it as a spiritual value, the catch is twofold: (a) It must flow from a motivation of compassion. A humble approach to knowledge and claims must be pursued with the good it can do for all beings, not because of superiority, snobbery, or conceit, and; (b) It must be engaged as a personal practice. Meaning we follow Epictetus' instruction not to explain our philosophy but to embody it. We keep in mind that we engage in this practice as a matter of self discipline we have chosen to undertake. We do not practice it in the form of telling others what they ought to believe or disrespect their beliefs. Thoughts and comments?