The military officer sat in a prison camp. “You have one hour to live,” his captors told him, “and one letter to write.” The POW penned one sentence to his son. “Dear Bill, the word is integrity.” The young man wouldn’t have his father during critical formative years, but he had his dad’s character going before him. The son was blessed. Integrity is a handsome garment, woven of who you are when no one is watching, what you stand for, and the name you carry. Integrity is among the greatest riches we can pass to our children.
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