Do you have “lofty” (7311) “eyes” (5869)? Which direction do they look? It makes a difference.
One type of lofty eyes looks down, usually on other people. That is why the NASB throws in the word “arrogance” and puts it in italics to show it is not in the Hebrew. They want you to know that this refers to the type of person looking down their nose (or down their knows) at the inferior masses around them. Christians are often accused of this kind of attitude. The inference here is that such an attitude is sinful.
You can use this picture to remind you that your eyes should be lofty because they are looking up. Some words should be familiar to you,
(Psalms 121:1 KJV) I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.We should be always keeping the eyes of our soul focused on God Himself.
So? Which “generation” (kind NASB) (1755) are you? People fit into categories. People look in directions. Today it might be an interesting exercise to see how others see you. Then ask yourself if their image is accurate or distorted.