Your commitment to behavior consistent with your moral values is a vital and crucial component in your sense of identity as a person. You are committed to these values, and make every attempt to fulfill your obligations. You can be counted upon to apply the highest moral and ethical principles, despite strong influences to compromise them or when a lapse of principle might go undetected.
Integrity confers a unity of character, in which value judgments become relatively simple. Your integrity, however, cannot guarantee the soundness of your values or your judgment.