Chapter 5. Integrity
Every individual, like a statue, develops in his life the laws of harmony, integrity, and freedom; or those of deformity, immorality, and bondage. Whether we wish to or not, we are all drawing our own pictures in the lives we are living…
—Harriot K. Hunt (1805–1875) U.S. Physician and Feminist
To starve to death is a small thing, but to lose one's integrity is a great one.
Acting Consistently with Principles, Values, and Beliefs
This is the primary moral competency that encompasses the others. Acting consistently with principles, values, and beliefs means being purposeful in everything you do and say. ...