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About the honesty
« on: September 29, 2020, 02:22:21 AM »

Honesty

The moral imperative to be honest requires that we speak and act only in a way that creates and justifies trust. An honest person is sincere, tells the truth, does not cheat, does not deceive, does not steal, does not mislead, acts deceitfully or trickily, withholds important information in trust relationships, does not betray the trust of another or betray the trust of another, and is sincere in his intentions.
Honesty is a positive social trait, where we tell the truth, show integrity and be honest with ourselves, others, our family, friends, colleagues - workers, employers, neighbors, colleagues, co-workers, family members and others.
The opposite of this trait is dishonesty, where we can lie, steal or deceive another person or lie and deceive.
No one can stop you from being honest and blunt, but the responsibility lies with you and your responsibility. However, it is possible to be too honest where what you say can hurt your feelings and harm your fellow human beings.
In the eyes of society, this kind of openness and honesty is sometimes a terrible crime, and I hope that you will have the courage to be that honest.
When you begin to build your life on a rock with the cement of faith that good people have in you, you have a real beginning. You become extremely self-confident and grounded when you know that you are always honest with yourself and others, even if it comes at a high price. Because so few people are willing to be brutally authentic, other people see your authenticity and feel attracted to you and forget for a second that they are learning from you because you are a foundation, the rock of honesty and fairness.
Honesty can be a very valuable thing when no one around you is brave enough to give you honest feedback, and if you are, it is an important part of your life.
The ability to be honest even in situations like this is a measure of your integrity, strength and ultimate success.
One way to explore the inner level of true honesty and integrity is to see how much you trust others. If you see the world as you are, you can show more people that they are basically dishonest and that they cannot be trusted. One danger of lying is that not only would you not believe them, but you would also not be believed by others.
Everyone knew Pinocchio would be lying if his nose grew out, but not his eyes and not even his ears.
If honesty seems to be a trait you look for in a person, if you like them as a trait, then I don't think anyone is 100% honest.
Maybe you stretch the truth a little to make the story sound better, because it is second nature and normal, or you don't realize that you often lie. Maybe it is you who is not deliberately lying, but simply telling it as it is, and you commit to saying it even if it makes you unpopular. It's more work to track all your lies because there are so many different ways to tell white lies. You lose friends, you don't get what you want, maybe no one is lying intentionally, only the ones you told.
If you don't know what is right, you can read books about values, listen to others who practice them, and find role models to emulate, or find a role model to emulate. Connect to do the "right thing," even if it's not what you're doing because someone is watching you, not because you're doing it.
Be proud that you can be independent, trustworthy and respectful if you have integrity. People know where to stand with you because they know that you live your life with integrity, not because of what you say or do.
Honesty encourages honesty that improves your relationships and helps you lead a life that is right for you while remaining true to your principles and values. The fact that you are not an honest person does not devalue your worth, even if another person finds out that you have lied to them.
Honesty is a virtue that becomes a habit after years of consistent practice, and the same can be said for dishonesty. Lying is manipulative and no one wants to share their time with someone who is motivated primarily by what suits their own purposes.
Although academic integrity issues are generally about cheating, schools have a responsibility to teach students the importance of honesty as a practical and ethical virtue. In this respect, one would expect that cheating would give educators the opportunity to convey a positive message about honesty and the value of ethical behavior in the classroom. Cheating is most damaging...
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Re: About the honesty
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2020, 04:02:20 PM »
 It's an (almost) AI article.  ;D Let me write my opinions about its concrete contents.

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The moral imperative to be honest requires that we speak and act only in a way that creates and justifies trust.
The trust is subjective more or less. Some people are not able to trust you at all, because of their previous bad experience. So it's possible but not necessarily.
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Honesty is a positive social trait...
Yes, but in cases when some dislike it, it becomes a negative thing. Yes, the reasonable people will like that you're honest, but there are people who will even hate you that you're telling them the truth.
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However, it is possible to be too honest where what you say can hurt your feelings and harm your fellow human beings.
That's the problem! For some people every honesty level may be "too honest". You never know who will value and who will not value your honesty (and to what degree/level).
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In the eyes of society, this kind of openness and honesty is sometimes a terrible crime, and I hope that you will have the courage to be that honest.
Not in every society. Just there are some individual, groups who really have this kind of attitude. And it's not worthy every time to sacrifice yourself for this kind of people.
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When you begin to build your life on a rock with the cement of faith that good people have in you, you have a real beginning. You become extremely self-confident and grounded when you know that you are always honest with yourself and others, even if it comes at a high price.
Depends of who you are. For some persons it may be discouraging (i. e. causing someone to lose confidence or enthusiasm; depressing). "High price" isn't a good stimulus for most of the people. It may be a kind of negative reinforcement for many of us (like "If honesty leads to high price, than I'll be not honest and I'll safe troubles for myself.") So, it's not that simple.
 To be continued...
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Re: About the honesty
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2020, 03:40:48 AM »
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Because so few people are willing to be brutally authentic, other people see your authenticity and feel attracted to you and forget for a second that they are learning from you because you are a foundation, the rock of honesty and fairness.
Not all of them. Many people are going to even hate you once you're honest with them. Not everyone values it. It depends of the level of education, experience, thinking, culture, etc.
 
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Honesty can be a very valuable thing when no one around you is brave enough to give you honest feedback, and if you are, it is an important part of your life.
Of course; usually the truth is useful, valuable and can be a goal of our lives.
 
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The ability to be honest even in situations like this is a measure of your integrity, strength and ultimate success.
May be, but only in the better and nearly ideal societies and groups. Not every time honesty brings success.
 To be continued...
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Re: About the honesty
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2020, 12:43:06 AM »
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One way to explore the inner level of true honesty and integrity is to see how much you trust others.
To trust others (when most or, at least, many of them are dishonest) is only showing naiveness. No matter how much you're honest, if you have the knowledge that many (or most) of the others are going to lie, you can't make another reasonable choice except to be careful and not to trust.
 
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If you see the world as you are, you can show more people that they are basically dishonest and that they cannot be trusted.

 Why?! It stipulates that every "you" (all of us) is "basically dishonest". It's too extreme. There are still honest people.
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One danger of lying is that not only would you not believe them, but you would also not be believed by others.
That's so true!
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Everyone knew Pinocchio would be lying if his nose grew out, but not his eyes and not even his ears.

 Yes, so what? Just a truism.
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... I don't think anyone is 100% honest.
100% is the ideal. It's rare something to be ideal. It's sometimes impossible (or nearly impossible) for a person to be honest. (Because it may be to dangerous and/or counterproductive (i. e. having the opposite of the desired effect).
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Maybe you stretch the truth a little to make the story sound better, because it is second nature and normal, or you don't realize that you often lie.
Of course, there are so many people all around the world. Some are telling the raw story, others stretch more or less the truth of the story and also there are big liars as well. Different people, different degrees of honesty/dishonesty.
 To be continued...
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Re: About the honesty
« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2020, 04:39:47 AM »
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Maybe it is you who is not deliberately lying, but simply telling it as it is, and you commit to saying it even if it makes you unpopular.
It's not true that the popularity is goal number one for everybody. In most of the cases I don't want to be popular.

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It's more work to track all your lies because there are so many different ways to tell white lies.

 That's true.

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You lose friends, you don't get what you want, maybe no one is lying intentionally, only the ones you told.
Depends how much the friends value the truth. And if there is another way to get what you want, and if it worth.

 To be continued...
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Re: About the honesty
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2021, 04:50:50 AM »
You can trust me to be honest!
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Re: About the honesty
« Reply #6 on: June 12, 2021, 03:21:54 AM »
 OK.
 About "Lookism", it's an off-topic. I'll just say that it's a webtoon (manhwa), not a book.
 And now let me continue as I promised.
 
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If you don't know what is right, you can read books about values, listen to others who practice them, and find role models to emulate, or find a role model to emulate.
Not every book, person or role model is right about it.

 
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Connect to do the "right thing," even if it's not what you're doing because someone is watching you, not because you're doing it.

 And the right thing should be the one that is useful for you and for the others.
 
 To be continued...
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Re: About the honesty
« Reply #7 on: July 14, 2021, 01:32:53 AM »
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Be proud that you can be independent, trustworthy and respectful if you have integrity.


 You can be proud, of course, if you have integrity and thus you're trustworthy and respectful, but how the "independent" is granted from all this?! The dependence/independence is irrelevant here. It's simple -- not everybody who has integrity is independent.

 To be continued...
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