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What is the secret to attaining genuine integrity?


What is the secret to attaining genuine integrity?

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Visitor Comments: 17

(15) Scott, May 6, 2012 4:24 PM

integrity will set you free

This reminded me of my first interview for an accouting job for a summer during college. It was through accounttemps and he wanted to pay me what they would pay me what they would, but forget they even existed. I didn't take the job and became a security guard for the summer. I am a CPA and very happy I made the decision to be trustworthy.

(14) Anonymous, April 29, 2012 8:02 PM

I lost my job; but kept my faith.

When asked to look the other way by a manager, then sign off on reports false numbers, I had to deside. I ended up in a position earning considerably less while the embezzelling boss ended up promoted. The company fixed the problem so the books could not be altered, but integrety doesn't always turn out best for us finacially. But it will turn out best for our spirits. That is what matters most. My integrety was worth upwards of $60,000.00 a year to that company. To me, it is priceless. I would hope I could make the same choice again. I hope I don't have too.

(13) nancy, April 25, 2012 11:41 PM

How many would pass the test?

I loved this true, how do we know what kind of person we really are, unless we are tested. It's easy to say we would do a particular thing when we have nothing to lose.

(12) Amy Flowers, April 25, 2012 7:45 PM

Integrity is to say what you mean and mean what you say.

I teach a course on Character-Building to incarcerated teenage boys and one of the values I teach is integrity. I define it as "Say what you mean and mean what you say." If you have integrity, people respect you and you have self-respect.

(11) mordechai, April 25, 2012 3:51 PM

bad message

while the outcome was fairly predictable, the message was wrong. it sets up g-d as some sort of super accountant. a more compelling message would have been for the man to make the correct decision and live with the difficult consequences as happens in real life.

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