What you sow you will always reap. So, remember to plant kindness, honesty and sincerity everywhere you go. Happy birthday.
Owning integrity and honesty in you surpasses even the most glorious beauty.
Honesty is an elegant quality which does not need any embellishment.
You tell others the truth and it would be called honesty. Tell yourself the truth and it would be called integrity.
Humility is defined as peace, contentment, simplicity and honesty. It is not an easy path to take.
Humility is embracing honesty and ego is looking away from the truth.
A great person is someone who is imbedded with humility, honesty and kindness.
You can fake love, counterfeit honesty or deceive faith but never humility.
Easier said than done – humility requires genuine acceptance and honesty to accept the great things around you.
Dear friend, please spare me from the disillusion of lies and tell me cold and bitter truth.
Candour is the blanket I wrap around myself when faced with the cold grip of blooming lies.
Dishonesty is a scissor that cuts the strings of friendship.
A man who knows how to be honest without being brutal is a rare kind of person.
Honesty costs nothing but dishonesty can cause you all you’ve ever worked for.
When a man lies, he is killing some good left in the world.
Honesty is looking at the mirror and you see nothing but your own light, your own truth.
True class comes with choosing the truth all the time, no matter how hard it is.
Like all the things with value, truth is often forged, bent and shammed.
I’d rather walk the road of truth filled with thorns, than walk the land of deceit full of poisonous flowers and tainted lakes and will eventually lead me face-to-face with my own beast fed with lies.
The land of truth is not a world filled with flattering and blinding colours but that of black and white – you get it as it is, you cannot turn your head away from it, no matter how dreadful and painful it is.
I’d rather face the bitter and bloody truth, than live in the paradise of lies and deceit forever.
Honesty will always be the greatest measure of freedom and absolution.
When you tell someone a lie, you are depriving him from his own truth.
If you want the unadulterated truth, try asking a child.
Most of the truths in this world came from the mouths of children.
Standing between the borders of honesty and dishonesty is a dangerous game. You can never choose to stand in between. Eventually, one way or another, you will have to choose which path to take: is it the one which will leave you sleepless at night, recounting all the tales you’ve weaved from deceit? Or is it the one where you can push your worries aside and fall asleep in peace, knowing you’ve got nothing to hide from?
The truth needs no hiding.
Lies only feed and nurture the tree of lies growing and twisting inside your throat.
Honesty is a piece of me, regardless of the harsh judgement from the cruel eyes of others; I know I have nothing to hide.
No lie remains undiscovered. It’s like a rotten piece of flesh; eventually the putrid smell will lead you to the ugly truth.