"Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful", quoted Samuel Johnson. Integrity in the eyes of a teenager means not cheating in class, obeying and respecting school rules, and finishing and completing anything assigned in school.
When in class, teenagers have plenty of opportunities to cheat during tests, quizzes and other assignments. Integrity means not taking advantage of these opportunities and being honest towards yourself and others. Without any integrity, most people would copy other people's work and be dishonest. Since most students show integrity, cheating is not as big of a problem as it could be, but there are some students who thrive on cheating. If all students had integrity, many more would be successful.
Samuel Golden once said: "Having integrity means being completely true to what is inside you to what you know is right what you feel you must do, regardless of the immediate cost of sacrifice to be honorable and to behave decently." The quote tells people that it is best to behave and act as they always have. People should not do things that do not allow them to be true to themselves. Kids constantly do stupid and irrational things around their friends, but when they are by themselves they usually act using their inner-selves as a guide. People with common sense do things that they know are right. If people complete tasks and sacrifice less of themselves, they can improve their integrity.
"Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful" is a famous quote by Samuel Johnson. This quote means that integrity without education is worth nothing and education without integrity is dangerous to have. Integrity would not work without knowledge, because they go hand-in-hand. Knowledge would be dangerous without integrity, because a person will do anything to extend their education such as cheating. Integrity and knowledge go...
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