There is no humility in pride. Sisyphus, who rolls his stone up the mountain, is a proud man who cannot accept the impossible. He himself came up with the problem and he heroically decides to no avail. But in the absence of humility, there is a second side – intolerance. Proud people are impatient, they want everything at once. If there is no firmness of love in a proud man, he will quickly give up his work, unable to withstand difficulties and trials. That is, the proud either throws unfinished, or stubborn as a sheep in the impossible.