Pride and arrogance come in many forms. One manifestation of pride which is not easily recognisable, takes the outward form of humility: some people feel the need to outwardly display humility while within they actually think highly of themselves for doing so.
People who are genuinely humble do not have a high opinion of themselves, but truly believe themselves insignificant and humble. An analogy will help us understand what true humbleness is.
Imagine a sleeping person: while fast asleep he does not know that he is asleep; it is only after waking up that he realises that he had been asleep. Likewise, a person who is humble does not feel that he is being humble; his behaviour is naturally full of humbleness without him knowing it.
Shaykh Muhammad Saleem Dhorat