A thought on integrity from John Maxwell

Integrity commits itself to character over personal gain, to people over things, to service over power, to principle over convenience, to the long view over the immediate….Anytime you break a moral principle, you create a small crack in the foundation of your integrity. And when times get tough, it becomes harder to act with integrity, not easier. Character isn’t created in a crisis; it only comes to light. Everything you have done in the past—and the things you have neglected to do—come to a head when you’re under pressure.

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