The invisible servant must be mature enough to serve when the spotlight is turned in the opposite direction. Those who have served and do serve in society are people who have disciplined themselves enough to accomplish their given tasks without requiring the approval of the crowd. People such as Dr. Martin L. King understood what it meant to be visible, yet invisible. While he was visible because of his service to humanity, he knew that God, who was at the crux of his message, needed to be seen as a God of equality and love. The second way that we can achieve invisibility is to be selfless. This is not a selflessness that disregards the care for oneself; rather, this is a characteristic seen in individuals who give of their time, talent, and resources generously. SELFLESS PEOPLE ARE INVISIBLE PEOPLE!