THERE ARE MANY APPARENT TEMPTATIONS IN LIFE. HOWEVER, IF you have developed your principles logically and consistently, those apparent temptations are not really temptations. They are just ways to fail. Integrity is fundamentally the harmony of mind and body. As a principle, it guides us to act consistently with our beliefs.
Unfortunately, many people do not act with integrity. This is typically because they hold beliefs inconsistent with reality and/or inconsistent with their other beliefs. You cannot act consistently with concepts that are inconsistent with reality. If you act in a way inconsistent with reality for long, you will die. ...
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