Truth and Justice. Such seemingly simple concepts that we expect every kindergartener to understand and abide by. So why are these traits so elusive in the adult world?
“I hope I shall always possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what I consider the most enviable of all titles, the character of an Honest Man.“ — George Washington (1st U.S. president (1789-1797), 1732-1799)
“Assertion is not argument; to contradict the statement of an opponent is not proof that you are correct.“– Samuel Johnson (English lexicographer, critic, and poet, 1709-1784)
“Almost all our faults are more pardonable than the methods we resort to to hide them.“ – François de la Rochefoucauld (French writer, 1613-1680)
“I have a lantern. You steal my lantern. What, then, Is your honor worth no more to you than the price of my lantern?“ — Epicetus (Greek stoic philosopher, ca 55 – ca 135)
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