Do you think you’re an ethical person? One that is filled with integrity?
Would you consider your character one of strength?
Are you guided by wisdom and discernment?
Dr. David Hawkins talked about the Scale of Consciousness and that more than 85% of today’s population is below the level of consciousness. From where I stand, at a measly half a century old, I have to say he was right.
Helen Keller once said that “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.” She was right.
The sad part is that most people avoid trials and sufferings at all cost. And when their diarrhea hits the fan, instead of thanking the Universe for the an opportunity to further the polishing and refining of their character – they complain, moan and whine and then they point fingers at everyone else whose at fault.
I decided to talk about what ethics, integrity, character and wisdom have to do with each other. I’m digging deep, going all the way to Aristotle, King Solomon.
You’ll be surprised at some of their meanings.