|Main : Honesty & IntegrityAdmitting Flaws (by: Author Unknown)|
In the mid-1980's researchers at Cleveland State University made a startling discovery. They conducted an experiment by creating two fictitious job candidates David and John. The candidates had identical resumes and letters of reference.
Cherry Tree, The (by: M.L.Weems)
When George Washington was about six years old, he was made the wealthy master of a hatchet of which, like most little boys, he was extremely fond. He went about chopping everything that came his way.
Courage of His Convictions, The (by: Author Unknown)
ABE LINCOLN made the great speech of his famous senatorial campaign at Springfield, Illinois. The convention before which he spoke consisted of a thousand delegates together with the crowd that had gathered with them.
Emperor's Seed, The (by: Author Unknown)
Once there was an emperor in the Far East who was growing old and knew it was coming time to choose his successor. Instead of choosing one of his assistants or one of his own children, he decided to do something different.
Goat and the Goatherd, The (by: Author Unknown)
A Goatherd had sought to bring back a stray goat to his flock. He whistled and sounded his horn in vain; the straggler paid no attention to the summons.
Greatness (by: Anthony de Mello, SJ)
"The trouble with the world," said the Master with a sigh, "is that human beings refuse to grow up."
Honest Abe (by: Adam Khan)
We celebrate Abraham Lincoln's birthday (February 12), and we should. Lincoln was one of the few great men who really was great.
Maintain Your Integrity (by: Author Unknown)
A while back, there was a story about Reuben Gonzolas, who was in the final match of his first professional racquetball tournament. He was playing the perennial champion for his first shot at a victory on the pro circuit.
Moonlight Ride (by: Author Unknown)
Jenny was so happy about the house they had found.
For once in her life 'twas on the right side of town.
She unpacked her things with such great ease.
As she watched her new curtains blow in the breeze.
Nothing but the Truth! (by: David Casstevens)
David Casstevens of the Dallas Morning News tells a story about Frank Szymanski, a Notre Dame center in the 1940s, who had been called as a witness in a civil suit at South Bend.
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