Saturday, March 5, 2016

Obligation
         Social influences, and the unique qualities of your personality, determine your moral and ethical actions. Your integrity permits no compromise of your moral and ethical values. Perhaps your integrity also obligates you to correct fallacy, fraud, and deception. You are respected as trustworthy, proven, dependable, reliable, morally responsible, and accountable for your actions. Because you anticipate the consequences of commitment, you limit your accumulation of obligations. You are as good as your word, and your word is your honor. You ‘walk the talk.’ You take great pride in being genuine, and a source of truth.
         Your outward behavior truly expresses your internal character. You are a person of reliably good character, not superficiality. Your offer of practical or emotional support is a deep personal commitment or obligation. You follow through, and fulfill promises made. People see and hear you as genuine in all aspects of your life. You do not bend your principles under strong, persuasive influence, or when a lapse might go undetected. You are guided by your deep moral responsibility to consistently deliver on promises made.
         Thus, you make every attempt to fulfill the letter and spirit of express or implied promises. And because you are motivated by truth, you succeed.

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