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   Integrity – “the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles”

(says the Oxford on-line dictionary).

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   In the past week, I heard an expansion of this that you may value. For that, however, you’ll have to use the DOOR.

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   Integrity – being faithful after the original terms of the commitment have been changed.

– David Jeremiah

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      This was offered by Dr. Jeremiah in a radio broadcast on Sept. 29, 2017. He said that he heard it decades ago and it left such an impression on him that he memorized it and put it away for future sharing. It’s interesting to realize that word meanings change, modify, or completely change with time. One such word is “turnpike.” (Check it out.) Words are as good as the meaning conveyed as the meaning received by the reader or hearer. In English, there’s no universally accepted meaning of any word. One has to go to the “source,” or sources, that you and the writer, or speaker, agree upon.