My Word

Our talk moved through various topics as it always does and eventually settled on something of particular interest.

“It’s not like you to say something like that. You wouldn’t say it if it wasn’t true.” She remarked.

Friends have pointed it out on several occasions, but this one stuck out the most. It felt good to hear that. To know that your words have a strong weight behind it because of a reputation of higher integrity. This is particularly true if I am choosing to speak ill of anybody. I would rather make any other mistake than go back on my word. My word means everything to me.

Say what you mean, mean what you say.

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