Honesty Quotes and Sayings - Page 4
How would your life be different if…You approached all relationships with authenticity and honesty? Let today be the day…You dedicate yourself to building relationships on the solid foundation of truth and authenticity.
– Steve Maraboli
To believe in something, and not to live it, is dishonest.
– Mahatma Gandhi
Say what is true, although it may be bitter and displeasing to people.
The truth will set you free.
Honesty is a expensive gift, so don’t expect it from a cheap person.
An honest man lives not to the world, but to himself.
– Wellins Calcott
Let the truth be told
truth is the key to honesty
Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not.
– Oprah Winfrey
Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at purifying your thoughts and everything will be well.
– Mahatma Gandhi
Be true to who you are.
An honest answer is the sign of true friendship.
The longer you keep a lie secret, the larger it will grow.
The larger it gets, the heavier it will be to catch if tossed back at you.
Lies sound sweet and truth tastes bitter, but believe me or not, lies are worse than truth. Because once truth is exposed it’s exposed but lies go on forever and one day you’ll have to say the truth.
If you can’t be true to yourself, who can you be true to?
It is easier to find a white raven, than a good and honest person nowadays.
100% truth = 100% success.
Telling 90% of the truth with the intent of withholding the other 10% is the same as lying.
Honesty is a perfume that is cheap but even with its cheapness not all can afford it.
Those who tells truth are with God, and those who tells lie are with the Devil.
Honesty leads us to perfection of life.
A good legacy name stands forever. Cheaters fade, they vanish and go away like nothing.
A benefit of speaking the truth, you don’t have to remember what you say.
Honesty is virtue, but when it kills the innocent, it’s just as lethal a vice as murder itself.
Honesty is my religion.
Maybe my expectations for honesty are too high.
– Kelley Armstrong