Integrity

Disappointment

Integrity

Integrity is very important to me.  I strive to be true to my word and treat others how I would want to be treated, or how I would want someone to treat a person I care about.  I’m not perfect.  There have been times that I have bitten off more than I could chew, or haven’t been able to pay a loan back quite as quickly as I have wanted.  But, I will be the first to mention to the person I let down that I fell short and will work hard to remedy it.  For example, if I forget my wallet and a friend has to pay for my lunch, the IOU is seared in my brain and I cannot rest until it’s repaid.  That’s just how I am.

I do not cheat.  Not only because I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings, but because it would be a directly effect my moral character and devalue commitments that I make.  My word is my bond.

I often take for granted that others value their moral code and integrity as much as I do and trust them at face value.  Because, that is what I do.  My integrity is likely the reason I get taken advantage of time and time again.

In effort to distinguish between what actually happened and my interpretation of those events, I will clearly categorize my posts as “Fact” and “Opinion/Interpretation/Hindsight”.  That way you can draw your own conclusion.  As I stated, I’m not perfect.  Just because I study and analyze someone’s every twitch, tone, eye movement, and actions, doesn’t make me a specialist, nor a doctor.

Happy reading!

-Sandra

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