Honesty

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Honesty

 

In addition to ​illustrating the meaning of values, the Reflection Points offer a values perspective, one of valuing the dignity and worth of each human being.

Age group: 3 7 years

  • Honesty is telling what really happened.
  • Honesty is telling the truth.
  • When I feel honest, I feel clear inside.
  • When I am honest, I can learn and help others to be giving.

Age group: 8 14 years

  • Honesty is telling the truth.
  • Integrity is part of honesty, it means doing what is right.
  • Integrity is part of honesty, it means being fair.
  • Integrity is part of honesty, it means keeping your word, keeping your promises.
  • Integrity is part of honesty, it means being true to yourself and your values.
  • When I am honest, I feel clear inside.
  • A person who is honest and true is worthy of trust.
  • Honesty and kindness build trust.
  • There is a deep relationship between honesty and friendship.
  • Honest thoughts, words, and actions create harmony.
  • Honesty is to use well what has been entrusted to you.
  • Honesty allows me to be free of worries.
  • When I am honest, I can learn and help others learn to be giving.
  • Greed is usually at the root of corruption.
  • There is enough for man’s need, but not enough for man’s greed.
  • When we are aware we are interconnected, we recognize the importance of honesty.

Age group: Young Adults

  • Honesty is telling the truth.
  • When I am honest, I feel clear inside.
  • A person worthy of confidence is honest and true.
  • Honesty means there are no contradictions or discrepancies in thoughts, words or actions.
  • Honest thoughts, words and actions create harmony.
  • Honesty is the awareness of what is right and appropriate in one’s role, one’s behavior and one’s relationships.
  • With honesty there is no hypocrisy or artificiality which create confusion and mistrust in the minds and lives of others.
  • Honesty makes for a life of integrity because the inner and the outer selves are a mirror image.
  • Honesty is to use well what has been entrusted to you.
  • There is a deep relationship between honesty and friendship.
  • Greed is sometimes at the root of dishonesty.
  • There is enough for man’s needs, but not enough for man’s greed.
  • An honest man knows that we are all interconnected.
  • To be honest to one’s real self and the purpose of a task earns trust and inspires faith in others.