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Submitted by Anonymous over 7 years ago.
I never thought about how important integrity is in life until I was in the middle of some trouble. After I thought about what I did and how foolish it was, I went back to the people I affected negatively and asked to correct the situation. To my surprise, they had positive words to give me and mentioned how few…
Submitted by Jim Killman over 4 years ago.
He was born in another era, before cars and phones and even radio. He quit school after the 8th grade because that's all the school there was, and then in 1917, at age 20, he went to war in France as a dough-boy. Raising a family in the 20s and 30s was tough since he was laid off from his…
It's a good video.
melanie about 1 year ago from california
Integrity is doing right even when no one is watching!
Bishop S about 1 year ago from Indianapolis Indiana
"Integrity is the recognition of the fact that you cannot fake your consciousness."-Ayn Rand. Remember that your mind and body are permanently integrated. If your actions contradict your convictions you are on a path to self-disintegration, i.e. self-destruction.
Eric over 1 year ago from Arlington, Texas
Definition of INTEGRITY
1: firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values : incorruptibility
2: an unimpaired condition : soundness
3: the quality or state of being complete or undivided : completeness
Lee E. almost 2 years ago from California
integrity - is there anything else?
Dustin about 2 years ago from Waukesha, Wi
Integrity means being integrated; showing the same face to everyone, including yourself.
Kip about 2 years ago from Dallas Texas
Integrity is being the same person on the outside that you are on the inside.
Sharon over 2 years ago from Bakersfield, CA
Integrity....is it's own reward.
Curt S over 2 years ago from New Braunfels, Tx
Integrity is one thing no one can take away from you. To lose it, you make the choice to give it away.
Doug D almost 3 years ago from Indiana
Integrity... is doing the right thing even when no one's watching...(see Character)
Major Williams Tree about 3 years ago from Michigan
Integrity is doing the right thing, not because you have to, but because you want to.
Kim N about 3 years ago from Sacramento, CA
I think more people should start giving themselves "integrity checks". Then they may start thinking before speaking or acting out of emotion. Once you do or say something,you cannot take it back, so think first and ALWAYS BE HONEST in what you are doing. If your ashamed stop!
Sarah Mullen about 3 years ago from the South
I think a big part of integrity is doing what you say you'll do...keeping promises to others and to yourself...being true to your committments. I agree with an earlier post. Integrity is becoming extinct.
Sal about 3 years ago from LA
Integrity is about looking in the mirror and holding yourself accountable to none other than... yourself.
Beau Hodson about 3 years ago from Chicago, IL
The truth can hurt, but sometimes its worth the cleanse of our souls.
Mr. Salcido's 7th Grade Class about 3 years ago from West Covina, CA
Integrity is doing the right thing all of the time
h about 3 years ago from az
Integrity is an endangered species. It is almost extinct in the minds of people when contemplating their options to life's problems.
Carletta P over 3 years ago from Maple Heights, Ohio
There is no "I" in team, but there is one in Integrity.
Joe D over 3 years ago from Virginia
Integrity is something that cannot be signed on a dotted line!
Donald u over 3 years ago from Westfield, ma
Integrity is doing the right thing regardless of the consequences.
Jim E almost 4 years ago from Mechanicsburg, PA
I respect anyone who fights what they believe for, no matter how much I disagree with what they fight for.
Link, S almost 4 years ago from Briggsdale, CO
When I was a kid my father and I were watching a football game. I asked who he was rooting for, and he said, "I'm rooting for the referees."
David W. almost 4 years ago from Durham, NH
Integrity is doing the right thing when no one is looking.
Conrad M over 4 years ago from Franklinton, LA