© 2013 Raymond Alexander Kukkee
‘I’ is for Integrity, one human characteristic that is universally and silently respected. It can be quietly, and kindly maintained in the soul without fanfare, or equally, may be boldly displayed on your sleeve for all to see. Integrity is a universal value.
An incredibly valuable personal virtue, as precious to a young man or woman as an unblemished name, integrity in practice can graciously evolve into stellar credibility and an excellent reputation.
The Importance of Integrity
Why is integrity so important? It allows people to believe in you. Trust is established in your methods, your opinion on critical matters, and judgement. A better understanding of what your chosen path will likely be in any given set of difficult circumstances is offered directly to anyone that believes in your character. Integrity is a highly prized personal asset when used in ethical management, business practices, and dealing with friends and family on a personal basis.
What do you think, loyal reader? Do you practice the art of personal integrity? If not, what are you waiting for? Time waits for no one.
A hard lesson if ignored, even the dedication and demonstrable will to establish integrity is a personal characteristic highly prized by those surrounding you –a worthy goal to be attained with diligence and purpose. In social environments increasingly questionable and unstable, the search for integrity is a worthy goal.
That’s why ‘I’ is for integrity.
Is that Incoming I hear?