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The Integrity Program   

 Integrity: Wholeness; unimpaired or uncorrupted condition; soundness. 

The Integrity Program

One of the most compelling issues we have facing us in these very challenging times falls under the general heading of Integrity. We are living in an age of vast abundance in the areas of information, communication and opportunity, which we have never before experienced in our culture. This new level of intensity can open many doors to almost anyone who wants to accomplish anything. 

But the more we stretch ourselves toward accomplishing what we want in life, the more we are presented with the question of whether or not to break our own rules and make compromises. Sometimes compromise can be a way to grow, but sometimes you know that if you have to give up your own truth there is something very wrong. 

What we have come to recognize as our own truth comes under the heading of personal Ethics. We have been hearing the term Ethics coming up more frequently in the last few years, in the arenas of business, politics, relationship and community. 

What is Ethics?

What exactly is Ethics as compared to the social impositions of moral codes and rules of conduct? Here are some simple ways to describe this very comprehensive subject of Ethics:   

* Rational thinking and behavior intended for the highest good 


* Clear intention directed toward the best result 


* High intent with follow-through 

* The most honorable way to do things    

Personal Ethics As Related To Integrity

As you can see these definitions are closely, almost seamlessly related to the concept of Integrity. Ethical thinking means that what you want to be, do and have is in your best interests, as well as for those around you. Ethical people have the respect of others, and more importantly, the respect of self. Our concepts of Ethics and Integrity are as deeply integrated into our self image as well as our world view. 

This program is designed to put you in control of your life, according to your specific situation. In order to be ethical, you have to be consistent with yourself. This means you have to bring your actions into alignment with your true viewpoint. Your true viewpoint is that which is most closely aligned with who you really are. If you are doing something out of alignment with your own truth, you are compromising your integrity. If you don’t know what your real truth is, then the most ethical thing to do would be to find out. 

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