The hunger for integrity

Integrity in business, in government, in just about any walk of life is essential for genuine progress. It implies a moral and even a spiritual approach to life. It resists a short-term solution for the one that will stand the test of time.

These days, integrity may seem to be in short supply. Finding faults even in basically good people, revealing brokenness instead of wholeness seems the rage. Stories of dishonesty, weakness, immorality, appear to attract more viewers and sell more newspapers. But is that really the whole story?

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