Humility is a strange animal; once mastered it becomes just another tool. To those struggling to achieve it, great benefits are reaped. Once mastered its value to self decreases while the benefit to others greatly expands. You have now become a rabbi, a teacher of the way. For a master to be humble, it is so effortless it no longer has the same merit as one who is still battling pride. There is a danger here of thinking one's self as enlightened. You my start off with great empathy and pity for the world, and soon find yourself looking down on others as being less than yourself.
Pride has found the back door!
It is this time and this place that matter--not some other time or place. What matters is here and now--the people here and now.