"Integrity is its own reward."
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One million stars for this quote!!!
 -- Me Again     
  • 5
    Dr Laura was not the first to come up with this thought - compare: Dryden: “Virtue is its own reward” Dryden (a great classicist) was in turn no doubt inspired by several classical authors, including: 1) Cicero: "Honor est praemium virtutis" 2) Seneca: “The reward of a good deed is to have done it” 3) Sophocles: "Rather fail with honour than succeed by fraud."
     -- Jack, Brussels (Belgium) - but I'm British !     
  • 7
     -- jim k, austin      
    Yes, but apparently integrity has little market value. ;-)
     -- E Archer, NYC     
  • 7
    said well by all
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
  • 2
    Certainly since you won't get any other reward for it.
     -- warren, olathe     
  • 5
    The least you get is a better nights sleep with a clear conscience, and that's at the small price of a little integrity.
     -- Ken, Allyn, WA     
  • 6
    I somehow feel this goes with "Believing in oneself" on the other hand Warren has a good tact on this quote for have you not heard, "No good deed shall go unpunished."
     -- Waffler, Smith, Arkansas     
  • 2
    And should be the prime requisite of any President.... alas, it will not be so!
     -- RBE, Somewhere in Europe     
     -- jim k, Austin      
    Clinton lost, remember?
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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