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honesty ::: a. --> Honor; honorableness; dignity; propriety; suitableness; decency.
The quality or state of being honest; probity; fairness and straightforwardness of conduct, speech, etc.; integrity; sincerity; truthfulness; freedom from fraud or guile.
Chastity; modesty.
Satin flower; the name of two cruciferous herbs having large flat pods, the round shining partitions of which are more


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   1 The Mother
   1 Sri Aurobindo
   1 Sokal and Bricmont
   1 Abraham Maslow


   19 William Shakespeare
   6 Thomas Jefferson
   4 Stephen King
   4 Shannon L Alder
   4 Patrick Rothfuss
   4 No l Coward
   4 Mark Twain
   4 James Altucher
   4 Bryant McGill
   4 Anonymous
   4 Alex Michaelides
   3 Simone Elkeles
   3 Nathaniel Hawthorne
   3 Michel de Montaigne
   3 Lysa TerKeurst
   3 F Scott Fitzgerald
   3 Benjamin Franklin
   2 Zig Ziglar
   2 Virginia Woolf
   2 Veronica Roth

1:Secrecy, censorship, dishonesty, and blocking of communication threaten all the basic needs. ~ Abraham Maslow,
2:When intellectual dishonesty (or gross incompetence) is discovered in one part-even a marginal part-of someone's writings, it is natural to want to examine more critically the rest of his or her work.
   ~ Sokal and Bricmont, Fashionable Nonsense,
3:Sincerity means more than mere honesty. It means that you mean what you say, feel what you profess, are earnest in your will. As the sadhak aspires to be an instrument of the Divine and one with the Divine, sincerity in him means that he is really in earnest in his aspiration and refuses all other will or impulse except the Divine's. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters On Yoga - II,

THE EDUCATION of a human being should begin at birth and continue throughout his life.

   Indeed, if we want this education to have its maximum result, it should begin even before birth; in this case it is the mother herself who proceeds with this education by means of a twofold action: first, upon herself for her own improvement, and secondly, upon the child whom she is forming physically. For it is certain that the nature of the child to be born depends very much upon the mother who forms it, upon her aspiration and will as well as upon the material surroundings in which she lives. To see that her thoughts are always beautiful and pure, her feelings always noble and fine, her material surroundings as harmonious as possible and full of a great simplicity - this is the part of education which should apply to the mother herself. And if she has in addition a conscious and definite will to form the child according to the highest ideal she can conceive, then the very best conditions will be realised so that the child can come into the world with his utmost potentialities. How many difficult efforts and useless complications would be avoided in this way!

   Education to be complete must have five principal aspects corresponding to the five principal activities of the human being: the physical, the vital, the mental, the psychic and the spiritual. Usually, these phases of education follow chronologically the growth of the individual; this, however, does not mean that one of them should replace another, but that all must continue, completing one another until the end of his life.

   We propose to study these five aspects of education one by one and also their interrelationships. But before we enter into the details of the subject, I wish to make a recommendation to parents. Most parents, for various reasons, give very little thought to the true education which should be imparted to children. When they have brought a child into the world, provided him with food, satisfied his various material needs and looked after his health more or less carefully, they think they have fully discharged their duty. Later on, they will send him to school and hand over to the teachers the responsibility for his education.

   There are other parents who know that their children must be educated and who try to do what they can. But very few, even among those who are most serious and sincere, know that the first thing to do, in order to be able to educate a child, is to educate oneself, to become conscious and master of oneself so that one never sets a bad example to one's child. For it is above all through example that education becomes effective. To speak good words and to give wise advice to a child has very little effect if one does not oneself give him an example of what one teaches. Sincerity, honesty, straightforwardness, courage, disinterestedness, unselfishness, patience, endurance, perseverance, peace, calm, self-control are all things that are taught infinitely better by example than by beautiful speeches. Parents, have a high ideal and always act in accordance with it and you will see that little by little your child will reflect this ideal in himself and spontaneously manifest the qualities you would like to see expressed in his nature. Quite naturally a child has respect and admiration for his parents; unless they are quite unworthy, they will always appear to their child as demigods whom he will try to imitate as best he can.

   With very few exceptions, parents are not aware of the disastrous influence that their own defects, impulses, weaknesses and lack of self-control have on their children. If you wish to be respected by a child, have respect for yourself and be worthy of respect at every moment. Never be authoritarian, despotic, impatient or ill-tempered. When your child asks you a question, do not give him a stupid or silly answer under the pretext that he cannot understand you. You can always make yourself understood if you take enough trouble; and in spite of the popular saying that it is not always good to tell the truth, I affirm that it is always good to tell the truth, but that the art consists in telling it in such a way as to make it accessible to the mind of the hearer. In early life, until he is twelve or fourteen, the child's mind is hardly open to abstract notions and general ideas. And yet you can train it to understand these things by using concrete images, symbols or parables. Up to quite an advanced age and for some who mentally always remain children, a narrative, a story, a tale well told teach much more than any number of theoretical explanations.

   Another pitfall to avoid: do not scold your child without good reason and only when it is quite indispensable. A child who is too often scolded gets hardened to rebuke and no longer attaches much importance to words or severity of tone. And above all, take good care never to scold him for a fault which you yourself commit. Children are very keen and clear-sighted observers; they soon find out your weaknesses and note them without pity.

   When a child has done something wrong, see that he confesses it to you spontaneously and frankly; and when he has confessed, with kindness and affection make him understand what was wrong in his movement so that he will not repeat it, but never scold him; a fault confessed must always be forgiven. You should not allow any fear to come between you and your child; fear is a pernicious means of education: it invariably gives birth to deceit and lying. Only a discerning affection that is firm yet gentle and an adequate practical knowledge will create the bonds of trust that are indispensable for you to be able to educate your child effectively. And do not forget that you have to control yourself constantly in order to be equal to your task and truly fulfil the duty which you owe your child by the mere fact of having brought him into the world.

   Bulletin, February 1951

   ~ The Mother, On Education,

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1:Honesty, by evil fortune tried, ~ Ovid
2:Honesty is all you need. ~ Cass Elliot
3:Honesty is never wrong. ~ Terry Brooks
4:honesty is hard work. ~ Spider Robinson
5:Honesty leads to peace. ~ Veronica Roth
6:I'm the voice of honesty. ~ Howard Stern
7:freedom starts with honesty. ~ Judah Smith
8:With death comes honesty. ~ Salman Rushdie
9:Honesty will never break you. ~ Kate Hudson
10:Love and honesty don't mix. ~ Miguel Syjuco
11:Love and honesty don’t mix. ~ Miguel Syjuco
12:Thank you for your honesty. ~ Veronica Roth
13:What a luxury honesty was. ~ Kiersten White
14:Honesty is the best protection. ~ The Mother
15:honesty dies in selling itself. ~ George Sand
16:I like honesty and fair play. ~ Marcus Garvey
17:The badge of honesty is simplicity. ~ Novalis
18:What a fool honesty is. ~ William Shakespeare
19:A cat has absolute honesty. ~ Ernest Hemingway
20:Honesty can be a dirty gift. ~ Colin Cotterill
21:Honesty has always worked for me. ~ Katy Perry
22:Honesty is the best policy. ~ Benjamin Franklin
23:There was only honesty from horses. ~ G A Aiken
24:Honesty's the best policy. ~ Miguel de Cervantes
25:Never compromise with honesty. ~ Stephen R Covey
26:Not me. Give me honesty anytime. ~ Richelle Mead
27:There are no degrees of honesty. ~ Ronald Reagan
28:Honesty's praised, then left to freeze. ~ Juvenal
29:The best of all lost arts is honesty ~ Mark Twain
30:Truth and honesty is my thing. ~ Karrine Steffans
31:Drawing is the honesty of the art. ~ Salvador Dali
32:Full stories are as rare as honesty. ~ Zadie Smith
33:Honesty is better than any policy. ~ Immanuel Kant
34:Honesty is praised and left in the cold. ~ Juvenal
35:with honesty there came communication, ~ R J Lewis
36:Misunderstandings always need honesty. ~ Sara Alexi
37:To a criminal, honesty is foolish. ~ John Steinbeck
38:Dishonesty makes me feel vulnerable. ~ Melissa Rauch
39:Honesty is not synonymous with truth. ~ Vera Farmiga
40:Honesty: The best of all the lost arts. ~ Mark Twain
41:Honesty is the cornerstone of character. ~ B C Forbes
42:I will write with honesty and feeling. ~ Ted Nicholas
43:Party honesty is party expediency. ~ Grover Cleveland
44:Honesty is always the best policy. ~ George Washington
45:Honesty is nothin' compared to decency. ~ Jackie Mason
46:I am in a fever of ruthless honesty. Anaïs ~ Ana s Nin
47:No legacy is so rich as honesty. ~ William Shakespeare
48:What is more arrogant than honesty? ~ Ursula K Le Guin
49:Niceness is expected of her, not honesty. ~ Deb Caletti
50:There are no degrees of honesty. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher
51:There is no greater virtue than honesty. ~ Martin Sheen
52:Without honesty, there can be nothing good. ~ Kyle West
53:A friend to honesty and a foe to crime ~ Allan Pinkerton
54:Soul integrity is honesty that’s godly. ~ Lysa TerKeurst
55:What is dignity without honesty? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
56:Hard to trust honesty of inconsistent person. ~ Toba Beta
57:Honesty is the only thing my heart can give ~ Celia Aaron
58:I'm a firm believer in absolute honesty. ~ Frank Langella
59:Inept lying was almost as good as honesty. ~ Graham Moore
60:The level of dishonesty is out of control. ~ Donald Trump
61:Everyone lies. Honesty makes you vulnerable. ~ Stjepan eji
62:Honesty and Poetry are the same thing ~ Arthur Conan Doyle
63:Honesty is something you can't wear out. ~ Waylon Jennings
64:Honesty will get you killed in this city. ~ Jennifer Estep
65:Honesty makes me feel powerful in a difficult world. ~ Cher
66:Honesty was the glue in any relationship. ~ Karen Kingsbury
67:I will put honesty before the risk of humiliation. ~ Rachel
68:The heartbeat is the purest form of honesty ~ Penelope Ward
69:Clothing is dishonesty in its purest form. ~ Chuck Palahniuk
70:Corruption wins not more than honesty. ~ William Shakespeare
71:I'm more into Neil Young and radical honesty. ~ Bradford Cox
72:I strive for honesty in playing what I feel. ~ Kenny Burrell
73:the degree of our honesty and justice. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
74:The heartbeat is the purest form of honesty. ~ Penelope Ward
75:Honesty has always been very important to me. ~ Jessica Lynch
76:Integrity includes but goes beyond honesty. ~ Stephen R Covey
77:Lack of clarity is always a sign of dishonesty. ~ Celia Green
78:Stick to the honesty and never leave it! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
79:Well, honesty gets you locked up in a psych ward. ~ Matt Haig
80:Art is to beauty what honor is to honesty. ~ Winston Churchill
81:Drawing is the honesty of art. ~ Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
82:Honesty was often just a way of being cruel. ~ Jeff VanderMeer
83:Sometimes honesty can be incredibly messy ~ William Paul Young
84:Too much honesty makes you sound insincere. ~ Patrick Rothfuss
85:Honesty in small things is not a small thing. ~ Robert C Martin
86:Honesty needs no pains to set itself off. ~ George Edward Moore
87:Honesty shakes the foundation of civilization. ~ Christina Dodd
88:Honesty: The ability to resist small temptations. ~ John Ciardi
89:Motivational Quotes on: Honesty, Success, Kind ~ Walter Russell
90:Honesty doesn’t excuse ignorance. But it helps. ~ Stephen Baxter
91:In all honesty, titles are an embarrassment to me. ~ Edgar Meyer
92:I've always resented mirrors for their honesty. ~ Atticus Poetry
93:Alas, respect for the truth compels perfect honesty ~ Neil Gaiman
94:Dishonesty of any kind will create a blemish. ~ Gordon B Hinckley
95:Honesty and authenticity are a big deal for me. ~ Scarlett Thomas
96:Honesty is slender, wasp-waisted and often stings. ~ Chance Maree
97:Honesty is the most subversive of all disguises. ~ T Bone Burnett
98:Honesty prospers in every condition of life. ~ Friedrich Schiller
99:I gave them all the truth and none of the honesty. ~ Colum McCann
100:Commend me to sterling honesty though clad in rags. ~ Walter Scott
101:Compliments win friends, honesty loses them. ~ Rabindranath Tagore
102:Every man has his fault, and honesty is his. ~ William Shakespeare
103:Honesty is such a lonely word. Everyone is so untrue. ~ Billy Joel
104:Honesty is the best policy, in love as in law. ~ Louisa May Alcott
105:Maybe my expectations for honesty are too high. ~ Kelley Armstrong
106:No legacy is so rich as honesty. —William Shakespeare ~ Robyn Carr
107:Practice is invaluable... honesty is indispensable. ~ Stephen King
108:The good I stand on is my truth and honesty. ~ William Shakespeare
109:When a man is penalized for honesty he learns to lie. ~ Criss Jami
110:Honesty and justice are two different things. ~ Zygmunt Miloszewski
111:Honesty is the first chapter of the book wisdom. ~ Thomas Jefferson
112:Irony is just honesty with the volume cranked up. ~ George Saunders
113:We have no relationship without honesty. - by Claude ~ Emily Giffin
114:Honesty is for the most par less profitable than dishonesty. ~ Plato
115:Honesty is for the most part less profitable than dishonesty ~ Plato
116:Honesty is the best policy - when there is money in it. ~ Mark Twain
117:Honesty is the only way to fight the inner demons. ~ Seth Adam Smith
118:Nobody can boast of Honesty till they are try'd. ~ Susanna Centlivre
119:Watergate left Washington a city ravaged by honesty. ~ Russell Baker
120:By elimination, dishonesty is the second-best policy. ~ George Carlin
121:Festive alcohol sometimes leads to an excess of honesty. ~ John Donne
122:Honesty is a selfish virtue. Yes I am honest enough. ~ Gertrude Stein
123:I believe in absolute honesty and sensible social lies. ~ Neil Gaiman
124:Honesty, integrity, and intelligence cannot be kept down. ~ Gene Wolfe
125:Honesty is as rare as a man without self-pity. ~ Stephen Vincent Benet
126:Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom. ~ Thomas Jefferson
127:I think people respect honesty rather than hiding it. ~ Jack Whitehall
128:My shining dishonesty will be the salvation of me. ~ Diana Wynne Jones
129:Whatever I did, I did with love and I did with honesty. ~ Paulo Coelho
130:Honesty is incompatible with amassing a large fortune. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
131:Honesty is the voice that is acceptable in every matter. ~ Steve Aylett
132:It is never right to compromise with dishonesty. ~ Henry Cabot Lodge Jr
133:Where is there dignity unless there is honesty? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
134:You seem to have a real talent for improvised dishonesty. ~ Scott Lynch
135:But honesty without kindness makes us feel grim and mean, ~ Pema Ch dr n
136:Honesty is not the best policy - merely the safest ~ William Shakespeare
137:Honesty is the only way to make money in today’s world. ~ James Altucher
138:Love is a fragile thing, easily destroyed by dishonesty. ~ Ellen Hopkins
139:Prayer is a discipline in truthfulness, in honesty. ~ Marilynne Robinson
140:There's just some magic in truth and honesty and openness. ~ Frank Ocean
141:Honesty is always good, except when it's better to lie. ~ James Patterson
142:Honesty isn’t trying to hurt me. It’s trying to heal me. ~ Lysa TerKeurst
143:Honesty pays dividends both in dollars and in peace of mind. ~ B C Forbes
144:Sir Oliver—that knows more of law than honesty—I ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
145:admires her honesty, which turns white lies into red roadkill. ~ M R Carey
146:Deal in our privacy with the last honesty and truth. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
147:Let honesty be as the breath of thy soul. Benjamin Franklin ~ Laura Frantz
148:No one is perfect but without honesty you've got nothing. ~ Rose Namajunas
149:The beautiful thing about pain is that it evokes honesty. ~ Shawn Stockman
150:Love is honesty. Love is a mutual respect for one another. ~ Simone Elkeles
151:The man who pauses in his honesty wants little of a villain. ~ Henry Martyn
152:a relationship could only function when honesty was fundamental. ~ R J Lewis
153:in certain circles honesty is taken as an index of stupidity. ~ Adolf Hitler
154:People are often in jail because they are honesty-impaired. ~ William Wright
155:There is always dishonesty at the heart of unhappiness. ~ Augusten Burroughs
156:You surely remember your past
when you rebuke me in honesty. ~ Toba Beta
157:A great deal of hurt has been done in the name of honesty, ~ Stephanie Barron
158:Dishonesty in a woman is a thing you never blame deeply. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald
159:Good liars were common. Honesty, on the other hand, came dear. ~ Stephen King
160:Honesty, for me, is usually the worst policy imaginable. ~ Patricia Highsmith
161:Honesty is always the best policy, even when it's not the trend. ~ Sean Covey
162:Honesty is the best policy. It’s also the most profitable. ~ Michael J Sandel
163:Teach honesty by all means - you do know what it is, don't you? ~ Idries Shah
164:For the merchant, even honesty is a financial speculation. ~ Charles Baudelaire
165:Honesty is not the best policy in life. Only, perhaps, in art. ~ Salman Rushdie
166:Honesty is the best policy because there can be nothing less. ~ Robert A Monroe
167:Honesty is the essence of every successful relationship. ~ Novoneel Chakraborty
168:Honesty is the only way to make money in today’s world. Nobody ~ James Altucher
169:I believe fundamental honesty is the keystone of business. ~ Harvey S Firestone
170:If either wealth or poverty are come by honesty, there is no shame. ~ Confucius
171:I like the girls who are honest, because honesty is important. ~ Greyson Chance
172:industry, compassion, humility, patience, honesty and courage. ~ Robin S Sharma
173:With honesty, what hurts at the moment won't hurt for a lifetime. ~ Kate Angell
174:and in certain circles honesty is taken as an index of stupidity. ~ Adolf Hitler
175:I think honesty is the most heroic quality one can aspire to. ~ Daniel Radcliffe
176:Remember: bravery, intelligence, tenacity, creativity, honesty. ~ Tabatha Coffey
177:She'd tried her hand at most things, but drew the line at honesty. ~ Roddy Doyle
178:The cruelty of fooled honesty is often great after enlightenment. ~ Thomas Hardy
179:The important things are children, honesty, integrity and faith. ~ Andy Williams
180:The very spring and root of honesty and virtue lie in good education. ~ Plutarch
181:When people don’t respect one another seldom is there honesty. ~ Shannon L Alder
182:Cowboy code...Respect. Honor. Honesty~ Ruth Logan Herne pg. 44 ~ Ruth Logan Herne
183:He hated dishonesty-- or lack of courage-- more than anything. ~ Elizabeth Strout
184:Honesty has always been an integral part of my operation, really. ~ Russell Brand
185:Life demands honesty, the ability to face, admit, and express oneself. ~ Starhawk
186:No legacy is so rich as honesty (All’s Well That Ends Well) ~ William Shakespeare
187:on top of a print of a turbaned man with a face as old as honesty. ~ Jodi Picoult
188:The public want honesty from their politicians. Not showy gimmicks. ~ Theresa May
189:To strictest justice many ills belong, And honesty is often in the wrong. ~ Lucan
190:Honesty and openness is always the foundation of insightful dialogue. ~ Bell Hooks
191:Honesty and openness is always the foundation of insightful dialogue. ~ bell hooks
192:Honesty and politics rarely ride in the same wagon,” Books said. ~ Lindsay Buroker
193:Honesty is the precondition for genuine scientific and scholarly work. ~ Leo Baeck
194:I have not observed mens honesty to increase with their riches. ~ Thomas Jefferson
195:Self-honesty is absolutely necessary in the practice of Buddhism. ~ Frederick Lenz
196:Somehow there is a certain honesty underground, a certain truth. ~ Christophe Agou
197:The louder he proclaims his honesty, the faster we count the silver. ~ Sue Grafton
198:we began
with honesty
let us end
in it too

- us ~ Rupi Kaur
199:A man who bets on greed an dishonesty won't be wrong too often. ~ Robert A Heinlein
200:He said, 'Hi, gorgeous,' which I think is nice. I admire honesty. ~ Louise Rennison
201:Honesty is such a nasty habit, dear. Like biting your nails. ~ Catherynne M Valente
202:I honesty feel that each film has its own particular challenges. ~ Alden Ehrenreich
203:Truth was what he told. Honesty was sometimes not the same thing. ~ Terry Pratchett
204:Artistic honesty sometimes prevents an artist from being born. ~ Stanislaw Jerzy Lec
205:Could beauty, my lord, have better commerce than with honesty? ~ William Shakespeare
206:fishing teaches a stern morality; inculcates a remorseless honesty. ~ Virginia Woolf
207:Honesty is the best policy. If I lose my honor, I lose myself. ~ William Shakespeare
208:Honor is honesty to what is, not blind duty to what you wish to be. ~ Terry Goodkind
209:I don't think I'd really be alive without it, in all honesty. ~ Jamie Campbell Bower
210:I know of only two alternatives to hypocrisy: perfection or honesty. ~ Philip Yancey
211:Rituals are the end of fidelity and honesty, and the beginning of confusion. ~ Laozi
212:There's a different kind of beauty that comes with humility and honesty ~ Kiera Cass
213:There's neither honesty, manhood, nor good fellowship in thee. ~ William Shakespeare
214:To dance at all is to confront oneself. It is the art of honesty. ~ Shirley MacLaine
215:When honesty comes into a relationship, deeper truths are possible. ~ David Frenette
216:Cynicism is the only form in which base souls approach honesty. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
217:Hard work, honesty, if you keep at it, will get you almost anything. ~ Charlie Munger
218:Hatred and dishonesty generally arises from fear of being deceived. ~ Luc de Clapiers
219:Honesty demands directness: God has to discipline us to transform us. ~ Gary L Thomas
220:Honesty in principle was one thing. In someone’s face, it was another. ~ Sarah Dessen
221:Honesty is a very expensive gift, Don't expect it from cheap people. ~ Warren Buffett
222:Honesty is not just keeping your ass away from people but also clean. ~ M F Moonzajer
223:Honesty without kindness, humor, and goodheartedness can be just mean. ~ Pema Ch dr n
224:Honesty without kindness, humor, and goodheartedness can be just mean. ~ Pema Chodron
225:Like begets like; honesty begets honesty; trust, trust; and so on. ~ James F Bell III
226:Love hurt. Honesty made it hurt worse, and I could hardly stand it. ~ Jennifer Echols
227:That should a slave as this wear a sword, who wears no honesty. ~ William Shakespeare
228:The single best thing about honesty is that it requires no follow-up. ~ Rachel Maddow
229:To make your children capable of honesty is the beginning of education. ~ John Ruskin
230:We need to teach our youth American values, kindness, honesty,respect. ~ Donald Trump
231:what is the good of a man being honest in his worship of dishonesty? ~ G K Chesterton
232:Branding jails corporate America but honesty sets entrepreneurs free. ~ James Altucher
233:He that departs with his own honesty For Vulgar , doth it too dearly buy. ~ Ben Jonson
234:Honesty is a question of right and wrong, not a matter of policy ~ Michel de Montaigne
235:Honesty is the best policy. If I lose mine honor, I lose myself. ~ William Shakespeare
236:Honesty is the key to a relationship. If you can fake that, you're in. ~ Courteney Cox
237:Honesty may not bring you success, but it always adds to your dignity. ~ M F Moonzajer
238:In both metaphysics and art, honesty is the best policy. Keep it clean. ~ Edward Abbey
239:People all over the nation are starved for honesty and common sense. ~ Benjamin Carson
240:'tis his honesty that brought upon him the character of a heretic. ~ Benjamin Franklin
241:Actually I don't know if honesty is a strength or some kind of weakness. ~ Ani DiFranco
242:For honesty coupled to beauty, is to have honey a sauce to sugar. ~ William Shakespeare
243:Honesty is a heart that betrays itself for a dream, a moment, a kiss. ~ Shannon L Alder
244:I think the greatest rogues are they who talk most of their honesty. ~ Anthony Trollope
245:Love that doesn't include honesty doesn't deserve to be called love. ~ Alex Michaelides
246:love that doesn’t include honesty doesn’t deserve to be called love. ~ Alex Michaelides
247:Respect, Honesty, Courage, Rectitude, Loyalty, Honour, Benevolence ~ Yamamoto Tsunetomo
248:Accuracy is twin brother to honesty, and inaccuracy to dishonesty. ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne
249:Alas, I've tried to be honest, because honesty makes me feel less alone. ~ Anna Kendrick
250:A little Religion, and a little Honesty, goes a great way in Courts. ~ Benjamin Franklin
251:Home was a secure haven for that—a familial cone of honesty, if you will. ~ Harlan Coben
252:Honesty’s the best policy. —Miguel de Cervantes Liars prosper. —Anonymous ~ Stephen King
253:I admire honesty and straightforwardness combined with true femininity. ~ Burt Lancaster
254:Once an excuse has been deployed, brutal honesty is no longer an option. ~ Linda Berdoll
255:The lancer put on the satisfied smirk of a bandit praised for his honesty. ~ Victor Hugo
256:Therefore, let me in honesty speak the truth about our epoch and people. ~ August Sander
257:Accuracy is the twin brother of honesty; inaccuracy, of dishonesty. ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne
258:Great peacemakers are all people of integrity, of honesty, but humility. ~ Nelson Mandela
259:I have built my reputation on honesty, I have sometimes been too honest. ~ David Blunkett
260:There was strength in his honesty, a power greater than physical might. ~ R L Prendergast
261:We do have to remain true to the idea of honesty within what you want to do. ~ Kevin Drew
262:When a person is punished for their honesty they begin to learn to lie. ~ Shannon L Alder
263:Cynicism is the only form in which base souls approach what is called honesty; ~ Anonymous
264:Don't say it...I've seen too many loves sundered by too much needless honesty. ~ Ken Kesey
265:Honesty first; then courage; then brains - and all are indispensable. ~ Theodore Roosevelt
266:Success gives the character of honesty to some classes of wickedness. ~ Seneca the Younger
267:Then in the interest of full honesty, I really wish you'd kiss me right now. ~ Ann Aguirre
268:Why do we all say we prefer honesty but rarely give that courtesy to others? ~ Aziz Ansari
269:Why we don't value intellectual honesty beyond easy answers is beyond me. ~ Kelly Corrigan
270:Art, whose honesty must work through artifice, cannot avoid cheating truth. ~ Adrienne Rich
271:Dishonesty is so grasping it would deceive God himself, were it possible. ~ George Bancroft
272:Excellence and competitiveness aren't incompatible with honesty and integrity. ~ Jack Welch
273:Honesty can be a dirty gift. It can muddy a sparkling stream of memories. ~ Colin Cotterill
274:If you love a man for his honesty, you cannot become angry when he shows it. ~ Sarah Dunant
275:It takes courage to live through suffering; and it takes honesty to observe it. ~ C S Lewis
276:My father was a businessman. We had discussions about honesty and dishonesty. ~ John Cullum
277:The discipline of the written word punishes both stupidity and dishonesty. ~ John Steinbeck
278:The more honesty a man has, the less he affects the air of a saint. ~ Johann Kaspar Lavater
279:You can’t be another person’s honesty, child, but you can be your own. ~ Jeanette Winterson
280:A salad of honesty and deception is the only way I can get away with an untruth. ~ Lisa Lutz
281:... pure honesty is a doubtful quality; it means often lack of imagination. ~ Virginia Woolf
282:... there was an honesty inherent in bulkiness if it is just the right amount. ~ Don DeLillo
283:Elegance and honesty are two mandatory parameters for any human production. ~ Philippe Starck
284:Honesty is the fastest way to prevent a mistake from turning into a failure. ~ James Altucher
285:Honesty may not be the best policy, but it is worth trying once in a while. ~ Richard M Nixon
286:Life comes down to honesty and doing what's right. That's what's most important. ~ Bob Feller
287:No matter how bad the truth is, it doesn't tear you apart inside like dishonesty. ~ Teri Garr
288:People want decisiveness, but they also want honesty about when you’ve effed up, ~ Ed Catmull
289:That was how dishonesty and betrayal started, not in big lies but in small secrets. ~ Amy Tan
290:The girl may want more honesty. However, most of us want a comfortable life. ~ Gardner Dozois
291:There was an honesty in his words that melted the steel wall around my heart. ~ Lori Brighton
292:The worst of all knaves are those who can mimic their former honesty. ~ Johann Kaspar Lavater
293:Vote to protect your family. Vote for honesty, integrity, and accountability. ~ Rush Limbaugh
294:For time alone shews a man's honesty,
But in one day you may discern his guilt. ~ Sophocles
295:Honesty - however dangerous - should be as valuable as radium it seems to me. ~ Marianne Moore
296:it is difficult to adjust our outer and inner life with perfect honesty to all! ~ Thomas Hardy
297:It is discouraging how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit. ~ Noel Coward
298:It is discouraging how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit. ~ No l Coward
299:The high road is always respected. Honesty and integrity are always rewarded. ~ Scott Hamilton
300:You might have a face to turn my hair white, but your honesty is handsome.” She ~ Grace Draven
301:Accuracy is the twin brother of honesty; inaccuracy is a near kin to falsehood. ~ Tryon Edwards
302:All other knowledge is hurtful to him who has not honesty and good-nature ~ Michel de Montaigne
303:Art is to beauty what honour is to honesty, an unnatural allotropic form. ~ Winston S Churchill
304:Concentration is my motto - first honesty, then industry, then concentration. ~ Andrew Carnegie
305:Every man has his fault, and honesty is his.- Lucullus (Act III, scene 1) ~ William Shakespeare
306:Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. Be honest and transparent anyway. ~ Mother Teresa
307:Honesty is a big deal, and when your honest everything will fall into place. ~ Gabrielle Dennis
308:I searched for something witty to say, settled for bare honesty. "I want to pee. ~ Lili St Crow
309:It has honesty, integrity. The best steel doesn’t always shine the brightest. ~ Joe Abercrombie
310:People can live with only so much honesty. And sometimes, people can surprise you. ~ Libba Bray
311:Why is it honesty when a man speaks his mind and madness when a woman does? ~ Sharon Kay Penman
312:Creativity is the depth of the honesty you express towards your possibility. ~ Swami Nithyananda
313:Honesty is a complex and tricky thing, and we don't want to be honest all the time. ~ Dan Ariely
314:I've always thought there was a fair amount of dishonesty involved in politeness. ~ Lisa Kleypas
315:Obedience simulates subordination as fear of the police simulates honesty. ~ George Bernard Shaw
316:Too much truth confuses the facts. Too much honesty makes you sound insincere ~ Patrick Rothfuss
317:We need some honesty and sincerity instead of corrupt government in Washington. ~ Jack Kevorkian
318:Anything that raises any internal honesty about gay life is inherently suspect. ~ Andrew Sullivan
319:As with all other aspects of fiction, the key to writing good dialogue is honesty. ~ Stephen King
320:Confidence in others' honesty is no light testimony of one's own integrity. ~ Michel de Montaigne
321:Dishonesty is the raw material not of quacks only, but also in great part dupes. ~ Thomas Carlyle
322:I find American girls have a spirit and honesty about them that is most refreshing. ~ Ann Rinaldi
323:Inspirational Quotes on: Honesty, Simplicity, Secret, Universe, Modesty, Peace ~ Thomas Jefferson
324:Leadership is about integrity, honesty and accountability. All components of trust. ~ Simon Sinek
325:Remember, love that doesn't include honesty doesn't deserve to be called love. ~ Alex Michaelides
326:Remember, love that doesn’t include honesty doesn’t deserve to be called love. ~ Alex Michaelides
327:Too much truth confuses the facts. Too much honesty makes you sound insincere. ~ Patrick Rothfuss
328:We must speak plainly. Only honesty provides truth. Only truth delivers triumph. ~ R Scott Bakker
329:Yet a man may love a paradox, without losing either his wit or his honesty. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
330:Biblical faith lives at the intersection of shocking honesty and glorious hope. ~ Paul David Tripp
331:Honesty is stronger medicine than sympathy, which may console but often conceals. ~ Gretel Ehrlich
332:problem with honesty was that it gave your opponent ammunition to use against you. ~ Ilona Andrews
333:To live a life of honesty and integrity is a responsibility of every decent person. ~ Noam Chomsky
334:But you're an artist. You don't believe in decency and honesty and gratitude. ~ William S Burroughs
335:Honesty with ourselves & others gets us sober, but it is tolerance that keeps us that way. ~ Bill W
336:I never ask for nothin' I don't demand of myself. Honesty, loyalty, friends and then wealth ~ Jay Z
337:Regardless of the moral issue, dishonesty in advertising has proved very unprofitable ~ Leo Burnett
338:The cat has complete emotional honesty - an attribute not often found in humans. ~ Ernest Hemingway
339:A lot of additional pain and grief is caused by honesty,” remarked Hercule Poirot. ~ Agatha Christie
340:Honesty and integrity are absolutely essential for success in life … all areas of life. ~ Zig Ziglar
341:Honesty and wisdom are such a delightful pastime, at another person's expense! ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne
342:Honesty in politics is the result of strength; hypocrisy is the result of weakness. ~ Vladimir Lenin
343:In all honesty a gangster picture was the easiest kind of film for me to get made. ~ William Monahan
344:its discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by decite ~ No l Coward
345:More precious is want with honesty than wealth with infamy. ~ Thomas Wentworth 1st Earl of Strafford
346:The bourgeois novel is the greatest enemy of truth and honesty that was ever invented. ~ J G Ballard
347:The work of John Lennon was marked by its exquisite beauty and by its brutal honesty. ~ Kevin Spacey
348:You want to be entertaining to some degree. But honesty is always entertaining to me. ~ Dito Montiel
349:Honesty is often the best policy, but sometimes the appearance of it is worth six of it. ~ Mark Twain
350:Honesty is one part of eloquence. We persuade others by being in earnest ourselves. ~ William Hazlitt
351:Honesty is telling the truth to ourselves and others. Integrity is living that truth. ~ Ken Blanchard
352:Honesty is the best protection. ~ ~ The MotherHoneybee defense mechanism wave.OMG its unbelievable 😱😱
353:Honesty was for those who could afford it, like heating or electricity or a conscience. ~ Stacia Kane
354:I’d rather have a cup of coffee and a cigarette than live in all that honesty. ~ Benjamin Alire S enz
355:Just as surely as distress must follow self-deceit, healing must follow self-honesty. ~ Vernon Howard
356:The legal tender quality [of money] is only valuable for the purposes of dishonesty. ~ Salmon P Chase
357:We do not compromise our own faith by admitting the honesty of another's doubt. ~ Edwin Hubbel Chapin
358:All kinds of frankness and honesty are terrible crimes in the eyes of society. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau
359:Because, you know, evil demon librarians, not so much known for the honesty policy. ~ Michelle Knudsen
360:Honesty requires that we communicate our thoughts and feelings, not our conclusions. ~ Stefan Molyneux
361:It's discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit. ~ No l Coward
362:[On dishonesty:] If there were a cry of 'stop thief!' we would all stand still. ~ Laura Ingalls Wilder
363:Simple honesty is so remarkable a quality. It is of the very essence of Integrity. ~ Gordon B Hinckley
364:The problem with honesty was that it gave your opponent ammunition to use against you. ~ Ilona Andrews
365:Too much truth confuses the facts. Too much honesty makes you sound insincere.” “My ~ Patrick Rothfuss
366:What I've finally begun to understand is that madness allows for an appalling honesty. ~ Dot Hutchison
367:And the noble and true-hearted Kent banished! his offence, honesty! ’Tis strange! ~ William Shakespeare
368:Honesty and vulnerability endear us to people; they don't endanger us in our relationship. ~ Max Lucado
369:... honesty is like seeing a crackhead up close: it ain’t that fucking attractive. ~ Eric Jerome Dickey
370:Only a life of goodness and honesty leaves us feeling spiritually healthy and human. ~ Harold S Kushner
371:Self-manipulation is our medication. Mythology is our drug. The only cure is honesty. ~ Stefan Molyneux
372:If honesty were suddenly introduced into American life, the whole system would collapse. ~ George Carlin
373:Mundus vult decipi. The world winks at dishonesty. The world does not call it dishonesty. ~ Martin Buber
374:There is no terror, Cassius, in your threats; For I am arm'd so strong in honesty, ~ William Shakespeare
375:The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made. ~ Groucho Marx
376:until they are twenty, but they study only three things: horsemanship, archery, and honesty. ~ Anonymous
377:Yes, he was very dangerous, perhaps more dangerous than Vazkor, for his weapon was honesty. ~ Tanith Lee
378:Honesty and unpopular opinions are the toughest sell in a country with an irony-deficiency. ~ Greg Proops
379:Honesty is a suitor with piercing vision who isn’t swayed by pretending and positioning. ~ Lysa TerKeurst
380:[Islam] inspires countless individuals to lead lives of honesty, integrity, and morality. ~ George W Bush
381:Lead with honesty, total integrity, compassion, patience and tolerance — toward yourself! ~ Bryant McGill
382:Your conscience is the measure of the honesty of your selfishness. Listen to it carefully. ~ Richard Bach
383:brutal honesty has its place, but the occasional white lie does wonders for a fragile heart. ~ Susan Wiggs
384:Dishonesty was part of the price of being a social animal, and of marriage in particular. ~ Graeme Simsion
385:I feel like my honesty gives people the freedom to talk about things they wouldn't otherwise. ~ Jane Fonda
386:Integrity is telling myself the truth. And honesty is telling the truth to other people. ~ Spencer Johnson
387:I really believe there's more honesty in one live show than there may be in my whole output. ~ Andrew Bird
388:It made no difference to me. Dishonesty in a woman is a thing you never blame deeply. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald
389:That’s the purity of nature. It may be harsh in its honesty, but it never lies to you. ~ Carine McCandless
390:The first question at that time in poetry was simply the question of honesty, of sincerity. ~ George Oppen
391:With all honesty, somewhere between the hello and the dreams I saw you in I fell in love. ~ Robert M Drake
392:All stories should have some honesty and truth in them, otherwise you're just playing about. ~ Nigel Kneale
393:Because he believed in honesty and integrity, my father believed that others did as well. ~ Nicholas Sparks
394:Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. Be honest and transparent anyway. —Mother Teresa ~ Robyn Carr
395:I don't have fights with actors. In absolute honesty, I've never fought with any actor ever. ~ Baz Luhrmann
396:It is up to each voter to evaluate honesty and competency in a factual, therefore fair way. ~ Bill O Reilly
397:never to resort to unethical ways and to play the sport with honesty and integrity at all times ~ Anonymous
398:Power beyond great power allows honesty and compels those in such a society to demand it. ~ L E Modesitt Jr
399:Women of dignity know when to stop expecting loyalty when he won't even give you honesty. ~ Shannon L Alder
400:Honesty, capacity, and industry are nowhere more indispensable than in public employment. ~ William McKinley
401:I might point out that the rich do not so much buy honesty as curtains to cover dishonesty. ~ G K Chesterton
402:Lying requires a great deal of effort. Honesty is simply the commitment not to do this. The ~ Gregory A Boyd
403:Mr. Murray had no doubt about Miss Minton’s honesty. It was her sanity he was not sure about. ~ Eva Ibbotson
404:That if you be honest and fair, your honesty should admit no discourse to your beauty. ~ William Shakespeare
405:Truly, I would not hang a dog by my will, much more a man who hath any honesty in him. ~ William Shakespeare
406:We fed the public a line of deceit, dishonesty, a fabrication of statistics and figures. ~ Bernard Nathanson
407:Your conscience is the measure of the honesty of your selfishness.
Listen to it carefully. ~ Richard Bach
408:Everyone in my family always spares one another's feelings. It leaves little room for honesty. ~ Sara Farizan
409:Finn was an enigma wrapped in a riddle coated in misdirection. He was a burrito of dishonesty. ~ Molly Harper
410:Honesty is the most beautiful gift a person can give to another at the beginning of a friendship. ~ Kai Meyer
411:Honesty is the quality I value most in a friend. Not bluntness, but honesty with compassion. ~ Brooke Shields
412:I believe in writing as one tool to begin society’s slow crawl toward honesty with itself. ~ Hanif Abdurraqib
413:I think honesty is a big part. Because when you sing live, you want the audience to believe you. ~ Pixie Lott
414:Secrecy, censorship, dishonesty, and blocking of communication threaten all the basic needs. ~ Abraham Maslow
415:Some men, under the notion of weeding out prejudice, eradicate virtue, honesty and religion. ~ Jonathan Swift
416:...this culture of mandatory happiness actually promotes dishonesty and more suffering. ~ Tullian Tchividjian
417:What if the 'brutal thunderclap of halt' takes the form of the choice, Dishonesty or insanity? ~ Colin Wilson
418:Eliza was stubborn as the year was long but she had a streak of honesty that rivaled any knight’s. ~ Anonymous
419:For them that think death's honesty won't fall upon them naturally life sometimes must get lonely. ~ Bob Dylan
420:His father could have been less honest, because honesty was often just a way of being cruel. ~ Jeff VanderMeer
421:Is there a difference between a man who thinks that honesty is the best policy, and an honest man? ~ C S Lewis
422:Neither soldiers nor money can defend a king but only friends won by good deeds, merit, and honesty. ~ Sallust
423:Secrecy, censorship, dishonesty, and blocking of communication threaten all the basic needs. ~ Abraham Maslow,
424:There were shadows in the corners and whispers on the stairs and time was irrelevant as honesty. ~ V C Andrews
425:A taste for ostentation is rarely associated in the same souls with a taste for honesty ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau
426:Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. Be honest and transparent anyway. Mother Teresa ~ Craig Groeschel
427:Honesty has come to mean the privilege of insulting you to your face without expecting redress. ~ Judith Martin
428:Honesty is a gift we can give to others. It is also a source of power and an engine of simplicity. ~ Sam Harris
429:Honesty is too strong a drink to be unwatered all the time; rather it should be given in doses. ~ Richard Sapir
430:honesty, transparency, conscientiousness, and fair dealing should be bedrock corporate principles. ~ Dan Ariely
431:Let common sense and common honesty have fair play, and they will soon set things to rights. ~ Thomas Jefferson
432:Pardon without penitence is a delusion which simple honesty requires that we expose for what it is. ~ A W Tozer
433:People love honesty. Honesty is medicinal, I think. It makes people feel less lonely in the world. ~ Brad Listi
434:The book was blunt and had an honesty about it, whereas the movie was just a beautiful lie. ~ Bret Easton Ellis
435:The most boring thing in the entire world is nudity. The second most boring thing is honesty. ~ Chuck Palahniuk
436:There is no love without respect.
There isn't much truth if spoken without genuine honesty. ~ Alexandra Elle
437:Yeah, well you know what they say. Honesty is the best policy, but insanity is a better defense. ~ Stacy Mantle
438:Commend a fool for his wit, or a rogue for his honesty and he will receive you into his favour. ~ Henry Fielding
439:Do not swallow the easy moralism of the day, which urges honesty at the expense of desirability. ~ Robert Greene
440:Drawing is the honesty of the art. There is no possibility of cheating: It is either good or bad. ~ Salvador Dal
441:If you were going to be successful in the world of crime, you needed a reputation for honesty. ~ Terry Pratchett
442:I told you I wanted to live in a world in which the antidote to shame is not honor, but honesty. ~ Maggie Nelson
443:I’ve had my fill of cool, Willow. These days it’s kindness, honesty, and stability that impress me. ~ Lisa Unger
444:No relationship can survive without trust, honesty, and communication, no matter how close you are. ~ J Sterling
445:Real transformation requires real honesty. If you want to move forward — get real with yourself! ~ Bryant McGill
446:Real transformation requires real honesty. If you want to move forward — get real with yourself. ~ Bryant McGill
447:Rich honesty dwells like a miser, Sir, in a poor house; as your pearl in your foul oyster. ~ William Shakespeare
448:That's a wonderful thing, because one of the primary qualities of a good performance is honesty. ~ Roberta Flack
449:The critics who love are the severe ones . . . we know our relationship must be based on honesty. ~ Judith Crist
450:The difference between truth and honesty is the difference between the riverbed and the river. ~ L E Modesitt Jr
451:There is no greater dishonesty than man effecting his own private gains at the expense of others. ~ Leonard Read
452:Tim Curley and Gary Schultz operate at the highest levels of honesty, integrity and compassion. ~ Graham Spanier
453:But in all honesty, I do not find it so peculiar a notion, that a Welshman should rule Wales. ~ Sharon Kay Penman
454:Drawing is the honesty of the art. There is no possibility of cheating. It is either good or bad. ~ Salvador Dali
455:Honesty is a good thing, but it is not profitable to its possessor unless it is kept under control. ~ Don Marquis
456:Honesty is making our words align with reality. Integrity is making reality align with our words. ~ Michael Hyatt
457:Honesty suited Andrew because he was an instigator at heart and his opinions were often unpopular. ~ Nora Sakavic
458:Prevarication, like honesty, is reflexive, and soon becomes a sturdy habit, as reliable as truth. ~ Norman Mailer
459:Self-awareness involves deep personal honesty. It comes from asking and answering hard questions. ~ Stephen Covey
460:There were shadows in the corners and whispers on the stairs and time was as irrelevant as honesty. ~ V C Andrews
461:We wanted to make something that sounded perfect because of the quality of the emotion...the honesty. ~ Lady Gaga
462:When you do something with a lot of honesty, appetite and commitment, the input reflects the output. ~ A R Rahman
463:Emancipated' women found out that the honesty, generosity, and camaraderie of men was a lie. ~ Shulamith Firestone
464:I have the honesty to say I'm an Atheist. There is nothing that supports the idea of a personal God. ~ Ernst Mayr
465:In the world I inhabit, there is a shortage of intellectual honesty, but not of intelligence. ~ Alessandro Baricco
466:I think that people respond to honesty in music, so I only choose songs that are the truth for me. ~ Alison Krauss
467:Let none of us delude himself by supposing that honesty is always the best policy. It is not. ~ William Ralph Inge
468:My mother says honesty is the true mark of a person.” “If you can’t be a good example, be a warning. ~ Pippa Grant
469:Real transformation requires real honesty. If you want to move forward - get real with yourself. ~ Bryant H McGill
470:Stand for something. Don't quest for popularity at the expense of morality and ethics and honesty. ~ Howard Cosell
471:The English gentleman is a combination of silence, courtesy, dignity, sport, newspapers and honesty. ~ Karel Capek
472:Absolute honesty is as absurd an abstraction as an absolute temperature or an absolute value. ~ George Bernard Shaw
473:Acting is all about truth and honesty, and the sensitivity that's capable of transporting you. ~ Thomas Kretschmann
474:It is, in the end, she thinks, the shallowest of confessions: all of the truth, none of the honesty. ~ Colum McCann
475:It's a sad reflection on society how many people are shocked by honesty... and how few by dishonesty. ~ No l Coward
476:Love is honesty. Love is a mutual respect for one another.”
― Simone Elkeles, Leaving Paradise ~ Simone Elkeles
477:Never be ashamed to speak your mind. Sometimes the honesty of your own words is all you can count on. ~ Gena D Lutz
478:O how sweet it is to enjoy life, Living in honesty and strength! And wisdom is sweet, And freedom. ~ Gautama Buddha
479:People are drooling for the truth. They want honesty from politicians, and they're not getting it. ~ Kinky Friedman
480:When experience flies into realms that language cannot touch, honesty demands beyond-language. ~ David James Duncan
481:Witnessing honesty frightens some people because they haven't known authenticity in their own life. ~ Bryant McGill
482:A sarcastic person has a superiority complex that can be cured only by the honesty of humility. ~ Lawrence G Lovasik
483:By removing blame, you remove fear; by removing fear, you enable honesty; and honesty enables prevention. ~ Gene Kim
484:How many people preferred stability—even unfair stability—over the turmoil of honesty? “Master-at-Arms ~ Elliott Kay
485:The longer you live in a state of honesty, the easier it becomes to simply exist there all the time. ~ Rachel Hollis
486:The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made. —Groucho Marx ~ Laura Dave
487:A lie was an admission of weakness, evidence that you needed to fear the target of your dishonesty. ~ Daniel Polansky
488:Dishonesty in a woman is a thing you never blame deeply—I was casually sorry, and then I forgot. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald
489:He that fails in his endeavors after wealth or power will not long retain either honesty or courage. ~ Samuel Johnson
490:Honesty and interest are as intimately connected in the public as in the private code of morality. ~ Thomas Jefferson
491:In common honesty, we must not conceal the fact that free forgiveness in one sense will cost everything. ~ J I Packer
492:I suppose all writers are crazy, but if they are any good, I believe they have a terrible honesty. ~ Raymond Chandler
493:Katie preferred honesty, even at the expense of civility. She longed to have everything in the open. ~ Erika Johansen
494:Love isn't about honesty. It's about protecting the people you love from things that will hurt them. ~ Simone Elkeles
495:The essence of warrior traits are demonstrated by : integrity with self, and honesty with others ~ Soke Behzad Ahmadi
496:The foundation stones for a balanced success are honesty, character, integrity, faith, love and loyalty. ~ Zig Ziglar
497:Above any commercial success one might enjoy, one's reputation for honesty is the most important thing ~ George Carman
498:Honesty is easier when you have no face and no real name. And honesty, for me, is very easy on paper. ~ Katherine Reay
499:Honesty is the best policy ; a policy is, after all, a strategy for living in the polis in the city. ~ Samuel R Delany
500:I believe honesty comes across in music because for [most] people music isn't just something to dance to. ~ Willa Ford


   22 Integral Yoga
   16 Philosophy
   15 Poetry
   5 Fiction
   5 Christianity
   4 Occultism
   2 Psychology
   2 Education
   2 Cybernetics
   1 Mythology
   1 Mysticism
   1 Alchemy

   17 The Mother
   11 Friedrich Nietzsche
   9 Sri Aurobindo
   9 Satprem
   3 Plotinus
   3 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   3 John Keats
   3 H P Lovecraft
   2 Thubten Chodron
   2 Saint John of Climacus
   2 Plato
   2 Percy Bysshe Shelley
   2 Norbert Wiener
   2 Aleister Crowley

   7 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
   4 Twilight of the Idols
   3 Lovecraft - Poems
   3 Keats - Poems
   2 Words Of Long Ago
   2 The Ladder of Divine Ascent
   2 The Human Cycle
   2 Shelley - Poems
   2 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 02
   2 On Education
   2 Letters On Yoga IV
   2 How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator
   2 Cybernetics
   2 Agenda Vol 08
   2 Agenda Vol 05

0.05 - Letters to a Child, #Some Answers From The Mother, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  Yes, my dear little child, I am always with you to help you, to
  support you, to guide you. By doing your work with conscientiousness, honesty and perseverance, you will feel my presence
  closer and closer to you.

03.03 - A Stainless Steel Frame, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   In other words, a diminution of public morality and collective honesty has set in, an ebbing of the individual consciousness too that made for rectitude and justice and equity and fair dealing. Men who are limbs of that frame, who by their position ensure the strength of that frame the bolts and nuts, screws and hingehave, on a large scale, allowed themselves to be uncertain and loose in their moral make-up. Along with the outer check, the inner check too has given way: hence the colossal disintegration, the general debacle in the life of the body politic and the body social.

1.01 - Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  this bit; I can't make head or tail of it myself." With that my
  last hope was laid in the grave. I admired my father's honesty,

1.01 - MAXIMS AND MISSILES, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  I distrust all systematisers, and avoid them. The will to a system,
  shows a lack of honesty.

1.01 - Newtonian and Bergsonian Time, #Cybernetics, or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine, #Norbert Wiener, #Cybernetics
  attributes the validity of human experience in its action on the
  outside world to the goodness and honesty of God.
  The role attributed to God in this matter is unstable. Either
  active participant, in which case it is hard to see how the guar-
  antee given by His honesty can be anything but an active partici-
  pation in the act of sensation. Thus the causal chain of material

1.02 - BOOK THE SECOND, #Metamorphoses, #Ovid, #Poetry
  What now I am, and what I was shall learn.
  My foolish honesty was all my crime;
  Then hear my story. Once upon a time,

1.02 - Education, #On Education, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  There are other parents who know that their children must be educated and who try to do what they can. But very few, even among those who are most serious and sincere, know that the first thing to do, in order to be able to educate a child, is to educate oneself, to become conscious and master of oneself so that one never sets a bad example to ones child. For it is above all through example that education becomes effective. To speak good words and to give wise advice to a child has very little effect if one does not oneself give him an example of what one teaches. Sincerity, honesty, straightforwardness, courage, disinterestedness, unselfishness, patience, endurance, perseverance, peace, calm, self-control are all things that are taught infinitely better by example than by beautiful speeches. Parents, have a high ideal and always act in accordance with it and you will see that little by little your child will reflect this ideal in himself and spontaneously manifest the qualities you would like to see expressed in his nature. Quite naturally a child has respect and admiration for his parents; unless they are quite unworthy, they will always appear to their child as demigods whom he will try to imitate as best he can.

1.02 - Meditating on Tara, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  and other unhealthy psychological machinations that prevent us from being
  honest with ourselves. Revealing our errors cultivates honesty and humility.
  The fourth, rejoicing in our own and others virtues, cuts jealousy and develops delight in the goodness and attainments of others. The fth and sixth

1.02 - The Age of Individualism and Reason, #The Human Cycle, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  They found and held it with enthusiasm in the discoveries of physical Science. The triumphant domination, the all-shattering and irresistible victory of Science in nineteenth-century Europe is explained by the absolute perfection with which it at least seemed for a time to satisfy these great psychological wants of the Western mind. Science seemed to it to fulfil impeccably its search for the two supreme desiderata of an individualistic age. Here at last was a truth of things which depended on no doubtful Scripture or fallible human authority but which Mother Nature herself had written in her eternal book for all to read who had patience to observe and intellectual honesty to judge. Here were laws, principles, fundamental facts of the world and of our being which all could verify at once for themselves and which must therefore satisfy and guide the free individual judgment, delivering it equally from alien compulsion and from erratic self-will. Here were laws and truths which justified and yet controlled the claims and desires of the individual human being; here a science which provided a standard, a norm of knowledge, a rational basis for life, a clear outline and sovereign means for the progress and perfection of the individual and the race. The attempt to govern and organise human life by verifiable Science, by a law, a truth of things, an order and principles which all can observe and verify in their ground and fact and to which therefore all may freely and must rationally subscribe, is the culminating movement of European civilisation. It has been the fulfilment and triumph of the individualistic age of human society; it has seemed likely also to be its end, the cause of the death of individualism and its putting away and burial among the monuments of the past.

1.05 - Prayer, #Hymn of the Universe, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  never before was there anyone before whom I
  could in honesty bow down. And so for a long time,
  even though I believed, I strayed, not knowing

1.05 - Some Results of Initiation, #Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, #Rudolf Steiner, #Occultism
   p. 141
   of his life, run over in his thoughts the sum total of his knowledge, weigh his duties, and reflect upon the content and aim of life. All these things have been mentioned in the preceding chapters; here they are merely recapitulated in connection with the development of the sixteen-petalled lotus. By means of these exercises the latter will become ever more and more perfect, for it is upon such exercises that the development of clairvoyance depends. The better the student's thoughts and speech harmonize with the processes in the outer world, the more quickly will he develop this faculty. Whoever thinks and speaks what is contrary to truth destroys something in the germ of his sixteen-petalled lotus. Truthfulness, uprightness, and honesty are in this connection creative forces, while mendacity, deceitfulness, and dis honesty are destructive forces. The student must realize, however, that actual deeds are needed, and not merely good intentions. If I think or say anything that does not conform with reality, I kill something in my spiritual organs, even though I believe my intentions to be ever so good. It is here as with the child which needs must burn itself when it touches
   p. 142

1.05 - THE HOSTILE BROTHERS - ARCHETYPES OF RESPONSE TO THE UNKNOWN, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  spoke. He is right: men are even lazier than they are timorous, and what they fear most is the troubles
  with which any unconditional honesty and nudity would burden them.
  Only artists hate this slovenly life in borrowed manners and loosely fitting opinions and unveil the
  eternally drunk free foreman would have to pay the penalty (but would he?) And so he went to break
  rocks! His honesty was so monstrously unnatural that when he went out to process potatoes with the
  vegetable storeroom brigade, he did not steal any, though everyone else did. When he was in a good

1.05 - True and False Subjectivism, #The Human Cycle, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  We need not suppose that all Germany thought in this strenuous fashion, as it was too long represented, or that the majority thought thus consciously; but it is sufficient that an energetic minority of thinkers and strong personalities should seize upon the national life and impress certain tendencies upon it for these to prevail practically or at the least to give a general trend subconsciously even where the thought itself is not actually proposed in the conscious mind. And the actual events of the present hour seem to show that it was this gospel that partly consciously, partly subconsciously or half articulately had taken possession of the collective German mind. It is easy to deride the rigidity of this terrible logic or riddle it with the ideas and truths it has ignored, and it is still easier to abhor, fear, hate and spew at it while practically following its principles in our own action with less openness, thoroughness and courage. But it is more profitable to begin by seeing that behind it there was and is a tremendous sincerity which is the secret of its force, and a sort of perverse honesty in its errors; the sincerity which tries to look straight at ones own conduct and the facts of life and the honesty to proclaim the real principles of that conduct and notexcept as an occasional diplomacyprofess others with the lips while disregarding them in the practice. And if this ideal is to be defeated not merely for a time in the battle-field and in the collective person of the nation or nations professing it, as happened abortively in the War, but in the mind of man and in the life of the human race, an equal sincerity and a less perverse honesty has to be practised by those who have arrived at a better law.

1.06 - Psychic Education, #On Education, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  It is also important to note that to say good words, to give wise advice to a child has very little effect, if one does not show by one's living example the truth of what one teaches.
  The best qualities to develop in children are sincerity, honesty, straightforwardness, courage, disinterestedness, unselfishness, patience, endurance, perseverance, peace, calm and self-control, and they are taught infinitely better by example than by speeches, however, beautiful.
  The role of the teacher is to put the child upon the right road to his own perfection and encourage him to follow it watching, suggesting, helping, but not imposing or interfering. The best method of suggestion is by personal example, daily conversation, and books read from day-to-day.

1.06 - Wealth and Government, #Words Of The Mother III, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  For the Governments honesty lies not only in saying what they are doing but also in doing what they say.

1.07 - A Song of Longing for Tara, the Infallible, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  consciously cultivate our motivation. We have to be honest here and
  acknowledge our selsh motivations. This honesty is a sign of integrity in
  our spiritual practice; it enables us to develop better and better qualities.

1.07 - TRUTH, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  The moral of all this is obvious. Whenever we hear or read about truth, we should always pause long enough to ask ourselves in which of the three senses listed above the word is, at the moment, being used. By taking this simple precaution (and to take it is a genuinely virtuous act of intellectual honesty), we shall save ourselves a great deal of disturbing and quite unnecessary mental confusion.

1.08 - Information, Language, and Society, #Cybernetics, or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine, #Norbert Wiener, #Cybernetics
  influence on the phenomena that come to his attention. With
  all respect to the intelligence, skill, and honesty of purpose of
  my anthropologist friends, I cannot think that any community

1.09 - SKIRMISHES IN A WAY WITH THE AGE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  remains interesting.--Of course, in England he is admired precisely
  on account of his honesty. Well, that is English; and in view of the
  fact that the English are the nation of consummate cant, it is not only

1.10 - ON WAR AND WARRIORS, #Thus Spoke Zarathustra, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  your thoughts. And if your thought be vanquished, then
  your honesty should still find cause for triumph in that.
  You should love peace as a means to new wars-and

1.2.04 - Sincerity, #Letters On Yoga II, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Sincerity means more than mere honesty. It means that you mean what you say, feel what you profess, are earnest in your will. As the sadhak aspires to be an instrument of the Divine and one with the Divine, sincerity in him means that he is really in earnest in his aspiration and refuses all other will or impulse except the

1.24 - On meekness, simplicity, guilelessness which come not from nature but from habit, and about malice., #The Ladder of Divine Ascent, #Saint John of Climacus, #unset
  Innocent is he whose soul is in its natural purity as it was created, and who makes intercession for all.
  Malice is a perversion of honesty, a deceitful way of thinking, falsely screened by affability, false oaths, ambiguous words, dissimulation of heart, an abyss of cunning, deceit that has become a habit, conceit turned into nature, a foe to humility, a pretence of penitence, diminution of mourning, hostility to confession, wilfulness, an agent of falls, a hindrance to resurrection, a smiling at offences, affected frowning, false reverence, diabolical life.
  Struggle to elude your own prudence and by so doing you will find salvation and honesty through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

1.25 - Fascinations, Invisibility, Levitation, Transmutations, Kinks in Time, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  Age before honesty! Let Father Poulain S.J. speak first! He is obliged to admit the phenomenon, because the Church has done so. But precisely similar accounts of the levitation of pagans and heretics must be according to him, lies, or Works of the Devil. As for the method, "God employs the angels to raise the saint, so as to avoid the necessity of intervening Himself." Lazy old parishioner!

1.25 - On the destroyer of the passions, most sublime humility, which is rooted in spiritual feeling., #The Ladder of Divine Ascent, #Saint John of Climacus, #unset
  62. The ever-memorable Fathers laid down that the way to humility and its foundations is bodily toil. And I would say obedience and honesty of heart, because they are naturally opposed to self-esteem.

1951-05-03 - Money and its use for the divine work - problems - Mastery over desire- individual and collective change, #Questions And Answers 1950-1951, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   Friends from outside have often asked me this question: When one is compelled to earn his living, should one just conform to the common code of honesty or should one be still more strict?

1954-05-26 - Symbolic dreams - Psychic sorrow - Dreams, one is rarely conscious, #Questions And Answers 1954, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  (Another child) I had a dream in which I went for blessings and you gave me three flowers: mental honesty, next surrender, and last, I think, quiet mind.

1956-02-22 - Strong immobility of an immortal spirit - Equality of soul - Is all an expression of the divine Will? - Loosening the knot of action - Using experience as a cloak to cover excesses - Sincerity, a rare virtue, #Questions And Answers 1956, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  Because sincerity is so rare a virtue in the world, one ought to bow down before it with respect when one meets it. Sinceritywhat we call sincerity, that is to say, a perfect honesty and transparency: that there may be nowhere in the being anything which pretends, hides or wants to s itself off for what it is not.

1958-05-21 - Mental honesty, #Questions And Answers 1957-1958, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  object:1958-05-21 - Mental honesty
  Sweet Mother, what does mental honesty mean exactly?
  When one begins to see that one has made a mistake, the first movement of the mind is to push it into the background and to put a cloak in front of it, the cloak of a very fine little explanation, and as long as one is not obliged to show it, one hides it. And this is what I call lack of mental honesty.
  This means that an effort is needed in order to be mentally sincere. There must be an effort, there must be a discipline. Of course, I am not speaking of those who tell lies in order not to be caught, for everybody knows that this should not be done. Besides, the most stupid lies are the most useless, for they are so flagrant that they cant deceive anyone. Such examples occur constantly; you catch someone doing something wrong and tell him, Thats how it is; he gives a silly explanation which nobody can understand, nobody can accept; it is silly but he gives it in the hope of shielding himself. It is spontaneous, you see, but he knows this is not done. But the other kind of deception is much more spontaneous and it is so habitual that one is not aware of it. So, when we speak of mental honesty, we speak of something which is acquired by a very constant and sustained effort.

1958-10-10, #Agenda Vol 01, #unset, #Philosophy
   We always come back to the same thing: the absolute necessity for perfect sincerity, perfect honesty and a sense of the dignity of all we do so that we may do it as it should be done.

1962-07-21, #Agenda Vol 03, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   Yes, they have a sincerity, on one level, which is not the same as spiritual sincerity. They have a material sincerity, a material honesty, and with that, once they understood, they would progress very quickly.


--- Overview of noun honesty

The noun honesty has 2 senses (first 1 from tagged texts)
1. (2) honesty, honestness ::: (the quality of being honest)
2. honesty, silver dollar, money plant, satin flower, satinpod, Lunaria annua ::: (southeastern European plant cultivated for its fragrant purplish flowers and round flat papery silver-white seedpods that are used for indoor decoration)

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun honesty

2 senses of honesty                          

Sense 1
honesty, honestness
   => righteousness
     => morality
       => quality
         => attribute
           => abstraction, abstract entity
             => entity

Sense 2
honesty, silver dollar, money plant, satin flower, satinpod, Lunaria annua
   => herb, herbaceous plant
     => vascular plant, tracheophyte
       => plant, flora, plant life
         => organism, being
           => living thing, animate thing
             => whole, unit
               => object, physical object
                 => physical entity
                   => entity

--- Hyponyms of noun honesty

1 of 2 senses of honesty                        

Sense 1
honesty, honestness
   => scrupulousness
   => integrity
   => incorruptness, incorruption
   => incorruptibility
   => candor, candour, candidness, frankness, directness, forthrightness
   => good faith, straightness
   => truthfulness

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun honesty

2 senses of honesty                          

Sense 1
honesty, honestness
   => righteousness

Sense 2
honesty, silver dollar, money plant, satin flower, satinpod, Lunaria annua
   => herb, herbaceous plant

--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun honesty

2 senses of honesty                          

Sense 1
honesty, honestness
  -> righteousness
   => impeccability
   => uprightness, rectitude
   => piety, piousness
   => justice, justness
   => honorableness, honourableness
   => honor, honour
   => honesty, honestness

Sense 2
honesty, silver dollar, money plant, satin flower, satinpod, Lunaria annua
  -> herb, herbaceous plant
   => barrenwort, bishop's hat, Epimedium grandiflorum
   => mayapple, May apple, wild mandrake, Podophyllum peltatum
   => buttercup, butterflower, butter-flower, crowfoot, goldcup, kingcup
   => goldthread, golden thread, Coptis groenlandica, Coptis trifolia groenlandica
   => winter aconite, Eranthis hyemalis
   => hepatica, liverleaf
   => goldenseal, golden seal, yellow root, turmeric root, Hydrastis Canadensis
   => false rue anemone, false rue, Isopyrum biternatum
   => giant buttercup, Laccopetalum giganteum
   => false bugbane, Trautvetteria carolinensis
   => globeflower, globe flower
   => legume, leguminous plant
   => clover, trefoil
   => periwinkle, rose periwinkle, Madagascar periwinkle, old maid, Cape periwinkle, red periwinkle, cayenne jasmine, Catharanthus roseus, Vinca rosea
   => arum, aroid
   => ginseng, nin-sin, Panax ginseng, Panax schinseng, Panax pseudoginseng
   => American ginseng, sang, Panax quinquefolius
   => wild ginger
   => heartleaf, heart-leaf, Asarum shuttleworthii
   => caryophyllaceous plant
   => mouse-ear chickweed, mouse eared chickweed, mouse ear, clammy chickweed, chickweed
   => drypis
   => coral necklace, Illecebrum verticullatum
   => chickweed
   => New Zealand spinach, Tetragonia tetragonioides, Tetragonia expansa
   => amaranth
   => thorny amaranth, Amaranthus spinosus
   => red fox, Celosia argentea
   => cockscomb, common cockscomb, Celosia cristata, Celosia argentea cristata
   => cottonweed
   => goosefoot
   => orach, orache
   => halogeton, Halogeton glomeratus
   => barilla, Halogeton souda
   => glasswort, samphire, Salicornia europaea
   => pokeweed
   => purslane
   => rock purslane
   => Indian lettuce
   => spiderflower, cleome
   => clammyweed, Polanisia graveolens, Polanisia dodecandra
   => crucifer, cruciferous plant
   => stonecress, stone cress
   => horseradish, horse radish, red cole, Armoracia rusticana
   => hoary alison, hoary alyssum, Berteroa incana
   => sea-rocket, Cakile maritima
   => sea kale, sea cole, Crambe maritima
   => tansy mustard, Descurainia pinnata
   => wall rocket, Diplotaxis muralis, Diplotaxis tenuifolia
   => white rocket, Diplotaxis erucoides
   => draba
   => rocket, roquette, garden rocket, rocket salad, arugula, Eruca sativa, Eruca vesicaria sativa
   => tansy-leaved rocket, Hugueninia tanacetifolia, Sisymbrium tanacetifolia
   => woad
   => bladderpod
   => honesty, silver dollar, money plant, satin flower, satinpod, Lunaria annua
   => bladderpod
   => chamois cress, Pritzelago alpina, Lepidium alpina
   => hedge mustard, Sisymbrium officinale
   => fringepod, lacepod
   => bladderpod
   => wasabi
   => prickly poppy, argemone, white thistle, devil's fig
   => bloodroot, puccoon, redroot, tetterwort, Sanguinaria canadensis
   => fumitory, fumewort, fumeroot, Fumaria officinalis
   => bleeding heart, lyreflower, lyre-flower, Dicentra spectabilis
   => Dutchman's breeches, Dicentra cucullaria
   => squirrel corn, Dicentra canadensis
   => achillea
   => white snakeroot, white sanicle, Ageratina altissima, Eupatorium rugosum
   => pellitory, pellitory-of-Spain, Anacyclus pyrethrum
   => andryala
   => ladies' tobacco, lady's tobacco, Antennaria plantaginifolia
   => cat's foot, cat's feet, pussytoes, Antennaria dioica
   => arnica
   => lamb succory, dwarf nipplewort, Arnoseris minima
   => ayapana, Ayapana triplinervis, Eupatorium aya-pana
   => balsamroot
   => Indian plantain
   => safflower, false saffron, Carthamus tinctorius
   => chamomile, camomile, Chamaemelum nobilis, Anthemis nobilis
   => chaenactis
   => chicory, succory, chicory plant, Cichorium intybus
   => endive, witloof, Cichorium endivia
   => coreopsis, tickseed, tickweed, tick-weed
   => leopard's-bane, leopardbane
   => globe thistle
   => elephant's-foot
   => tassel flower, Emilia coccinea, Emilia javanica, Emilia flammea, Cacalia javanica, Cacalia lutea
   => tassel flower, Emilia sagitta
   => hemp agrimony, Eupatorium cannabinum
   => dog fennel, Eupatorium capillifolium
   => Joe-Pye weed, spotted Joe-Pye weed, Eupatorium maculatum
   => boneset, agueweed, thoroughwort, Eupatorium perfoliatum
   => Joe-Pye weed, purple boneset, trumpet weed, marsh milkweed, Eupatorium purpureum
   => gumweed, gum plant, tarweed, rosinweed
   => vegetable sheep, sheep plant, Haastia pulvinaris
   => sneezeweed
   => hawkweed
   => alpine coltsfoot, Homogyne alpina, Tussilago alpina
   => inula
   => krigia
   => lettuce
   => leopard plant
   => tarweed
   => sweet false chamomile, wild chamomile, German chamomile, Matricaria recutita, Matricaria chamomilla
   => pineapple weed, rayless chamomile, Matricaria matricarioides
   => rattlesnake root
   => lion's foot, gall of the earth, Nabalus serpentarius, Prenanthes serpentaria
   => butterweed
   => golden groundsel, golden ragwort, Packera aurea, Senecio aureus
   => butterbur, bog rhubarb, Petasites hybridus, Petasites vulgaris
   => winter heliotrope, sweet coltsfoot, Petasites fragrans
   => sweet coltsfoot, Petasites sagitattus
   => hawkweed
   => stevia
   => rattlesnake root, Prenanthes purpurea
   => pteropogon, Pteropogon humboltianum
   => fleabane, feabane mullet, Pulicaria dysenterica
   => sheep plant, vegetable sheep, Raoulia lutescens, Raoulia australis
   => creeping zinnia, Sanvitalia procumbens
   => costusroot, Saussurea costus, Saussurea lappa
   => black salsify, viper's grass, scorzonera, Scorzonera hispanica
   => sawwort, Serratula tinctoria
   => milk thistle, lady's thistle, Our Lady's mild thistle, holy thistle, blessed thistle, Silybum marianum
   => stevia
   => costmary, alecost, bible leaf, mint geranium, balsam herb, Tanacetum balsamita, Chrysanthemum balsamita
   => camphor dune tansy, Tanacetum camphoratum
   => pyrethrum, Dalmatian pyrethrum, Dalmatia pyrethrum, Tanacetum cinerariifolium, Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium
   => feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, Chrysanthemum parthenium
   => dandelion, blowball
   => salsify, oyster plant, vegetable oyster, Tragopogon porrifolius
   => wild vanilla, Trilisa odoratissima
   => scentless camomile, scentless false camomile, scentless mayweed, scentless hayweed, corn mayweed, Tripleurospermum inodorum, Matricaria inodorum
   => turfing daisy, Tripleurospermum oreades tchihatchewii, Matricaria oreades
   => turfing daisy, Tripleurospermum tchihatchewii, Matricaria tchihatchewii
   => coltsfoot, Tussilago farfara
   => ironweed, vernonia
   => loasa
   => campanula, bellflower
   => primrose, primula
   => pimpernel
   => sea milkwort, sea trifoly, black saltwort, Glaux maritima
   => loosestrife
   => plumbago
   => gramineous plant, graminaceous plant
   => herbage, pasturage
   => bur reed
   => lobelia
   => okra, gumbo, okra plant, lady's-finger, Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus
   => vegetable
   => simple
   => galax, galaxy, wandflower, beetleweed, coltsfoot, Galax urceolata
   => wintergreen, pyrola
   => pipsissewa, prince's pine
   => one-flowered wintergreen, one-flowered pyrola, Moneses uniflora, Pyrola uniflora
   => columbo, American columbo, deer's-ear, deer's-ears, pyramid plant, American gentian
   => green gentian, Frasera speciosa, Swertia speciosa
   => marsh felwort, Swertia perennia
   => bloodwort
   => kangaroo paw, kangaroo's paw, kangaroo's-foot, kangaroo-foot plant, Australian sword lily, Anigozanthus manglesii
   => willowherb
   => evening primrose
   => canna
   => maranta
   => banana, banana tree
   => Abyssinian banana, Ethiopian banana, Ensete ventricosum, Musa ensete
   => bird of paradise, Strelitzia reginae
   => ginger
   => turmeric, Curcuma longa, Curcuma domestica
   => grains of paradise, Guinea grains, Guinea pepper, melagueta pepper, Aframomum melegueta
   => cardamom, cardamon, Elettaria cardamomum
   => reseda
   => viola
   => false nettle, bog hemp
   => pellitory-of-the-wall, wall pellitory, pellitory, Parietaria difussa
   => kniphofia, tritoma, flame flower, flame-flower, flameflower
   => asparagus, edible asparagus, Asparagus officinales
   => asparagus fern, Asparagus setaceous, Asparagus plumosus
   => aspidistra, cast-iron plant, bar-room plant, Aspidistra elatio
   => climbing onion, Bowiea volubilis
   => plantain lily, day lily
   => herb Paris, Paris quadrifolia
   => pia, Indian arrowroot, Tacca leontopetaloides, Tacca pinnatifida
   => flax
   => wild senna, Senna marilandica, Cassia marilandica
   => kidney vetch, Anthyllis vulneraria
   => crotalaria, rattlebox
   => prairie mimosa, prickle-weed, Desmanthus ilinoensis
   => goat's rue, goat rue, Galega officinalis
   => licorice, liquorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra
   => wild licorice, wild liquorice, American licorice, American liquorice, Glycyrrhiza lepidota
   => winged pea, asparagus pea, Lotus tetragonolobus
   => medic, medick, trefoil
   => sainfoin, sanfoin, holy clover, esparcet, Onobrychis viciifolia, Onobrychis viciaefolia
   => shamrock pea, Parochetus communis
   => breadroot, Indian breadroot, pomme blanche, pomme de prairie, Psoralea esculenta
   => bush pea
   => bird's foot trefoil, Trigonella ornithopodioides
   => fenugreek, Greek clover, Trigonella foenumgraecum
   => plantain
   => buckwheat, Polygonum fagopyrum, Fagopyrum esculentum
   => rhubarb, rhubarb plant
   => dock, sorrel, sour grass
   => spiderwort, dayflower
   => pineapple, pineapple plant, Ananas comosus
   => agrimonia, agrimony
   => strawberry
   => salad burnet, burnet bloodwort, pimpernel, Poterium sanguisorba
   => bedstraw
   => feverroot, horse gentian, tinker's root, wild coffee, Triostium perfoliatum
   => teasel, teazel, teasle
   => jewelweed, lady's earrings, orange balsam, celandine, touch-me-not, Impatiens capensis
   => geranium
   => oxalis, sorrel, wood sorrel
   => rue, herb of grace, Ruta graveolens
   => fraxinella, dittany, burning bush, gas plant, Dictamnus alba
   => nasturtium
   => carnivorous plant
   => Australian pitcher plant, Cephalotus follicularis
   => sedum
   => saxifrage, breakstone, rockfoil
   => astilbe
   => bergenia
   => umbrella plant, Indian rhubarb, Darmera peltata, Peltiphyllum peltatum
   => alumroot, alumbloom
   => miterwort, mitrewort, bishop's cap
   => suksdorfia
   => foamflower, coolwart, false miterwort, false mitrewort, Tiarella cordifolia
   => pickaback plant, piggyback plant, youth-on-age, Tolmiea menziesii
   => polemonium
   => phlox
   => acanthus
   => borage, tailwort, Borago officinalis
   => common amsinckia, Amsinckia intermedia
   => large-flowered fiddleneck, Amsinckia grandiflora
   => anchusa
   => Chinese forget-me-not, Cynoglossum amabile
   => hound's-tongue, Cynoglossum officinale
   => hound's-tongue, Cynoglossum virginaticum
   => blueweed, blue devil, blue thistle, viper's bugloss, Echium vulgare
   => stickweed
   => gromwell, Lithospermum officinale
   => puccoon, Lithospermum caroliniense
   => hoary puccoon, Indian paint, Lithospermum canescens
   => Virginia bluebell, Virginia cowslip, Mertensia virginica
   => garden forget-me-not, Myosotis sylvatica
   => forget-me-not, mouse ear, Myosotis scorpiodes
   => false gromwell
   => comfrey, cumfrey
   => gesneria
   => waterleaf
   => yellow bells, California yellow bells, whispering bells, Emmanthe penduliflora
   => nemophila
   => baby blue-eyes, Nemophila menziesii
   => fiesta flower, Pholistoma auritum, Nemophila aurita
   => basil thyme, basil balm, mother of thyme, Acinos arvensis, Satureja acinos
   => giant hyssop
   => bugle, bugleweed
   => black horehound, black archangel, fetid horehound, stinking horehound, Ballota nigra
   => wood mint
   => calamint
   => wild basil, cushion calamint, Clinopodium vulgare, Satureja vulgaris
   => horse balm, horseweed, stoneroot, stone-root, richweed, stone root, Collinsonia canadensis
   => coleus, flame nettle
   => dragonhead, dragon's head, Dracocephalum parviflorum
   => elsholtzia
   => hemp nettle, dead nettle, Galeopsis tetrahit
   => pennyroyal, American pennyroyal, Hedeoma pulegioides
   => hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis
   => dead nettle
   => dagga, Cape dagga, red dagga, wilde dagga, Leonotis leonurus
   => lion's-ear, Leonotis nepetaefolia, Leonotis nepetifolia
   => motherwort, Leonurus cardiaca
   => bugleweed, Lycopus virginicus
   => water horehound, Lycopus americanus
   => gipsywort, gypsywort, Lycopus europaeus
   => origanum
   => horehound
   => lemon balm, garden balm, sweet balm, bee balm, beebalm, Melissa officinalis
   => mint
   => yerba buena, Micromeria chamissonis, Micromeria douglasii, Satureja douglasii
   => savory, Micromeria juliana
   => molucca balm, bells of Ireland, Molucella laevis
   => monarda, wild bergamot
   => mustang mint, Monardella lanceolata
   => catmint, catnip, Nepeta cataria
   => basil
   => beefsteak plant, Perilla frutescens crispa
   => physostegia
   => self-heal, heal all, Prunella vulgaris
   => mountain mint
   => rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis
   => sage, salvia
   => savory
   => skullcap, helmetflower
   => blue pimpernel, blue skullcap, mad-dog skullcap, mad-dog weed, Scutellaria lateriflora
   => hedge nettle, dead nettle, Stachys sylvatica
   => hedge nettle, Stachys palustris
   => thyme
   => martynia, Martynia annua
   => sesame, benne, benni, benny, Sesamum indicum
   => common unicorn plant, devil's claw, common devil's claw, elephant-tusk, proboscis flower, ram's horn, Proboscidea louisianica
   => sand devil's claw, Proboscidea arenaria, Martynia arenaria
   => sweet unicorn plant, Proboscidea fragrans, Martynia fragrans
   => false foxglove, Aureolaria pedicularia, Gerardia pedicularia
   => false foxglove, Aureolaria virginica, Gerardia virginica
   => foxglove, digitalis
   => mullein, flannel leaf, velvet plant
   => eggplant, aubergine, brinjal, eggplant bush, garden egg, mad apple, Solanum melongena
   => belladonna, belladonna plant, deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna
   => henbane, black henbane, stinking nightshade, Hyoscyamus niger
   => Egyptian henbane, Hyoscyamus muticus
   => tomato, love apple, tomato plant, Lycopersicon esculentum
   => mandrake, devil's apples, Mandragora officinarum
   => apple of Peru, shoo fly, Nicandra physaloides
   => tobacco, tobacco plant
   => cupflower, nierembergia
   => ground cherry, husk tomato
   => salpiglossis
   => Scopolia carniolica
   => herb mercury, herbs mercury, boys-and-girls, Mercurialis annua
   => dog's mercury, dog mercury, Mercurialis perennis
   => spurge nettle, tread-softly, devil nettle, pica-pica, Cnidoscolus urens, Jatropha urens, Jatropha stimulosus
   => umbellifer, umbelliferous plant
   => dill, Anethum graveolens
   => angelica, angelique
   => chervil, beaked parsley, Anthriscus cereifolium
   => cow parsley, wild chervil, Anthriscus sylvestris
   => wild celery, Apium graveolens
   => celery, cultivated celery, Apium graveolens dulce
   => celeriac, celery root, knob celery, root celery, turnip-rooted celery, Apium graveolens rapaceum
   => astrantia, masterwort
   => caraway, Carum carvi
   => earthnut, Conopodium denudatum
   => coriander, coriander plant, Chinese parsley, cilantro, Coriandrum sativum
   => cumin, Cuminum cyminum
   => carrot, cultivated carrot, Daucus carota sativa
   => button snakeroot, Eryngium aquaticum
   => fennel
   => cow parsnip, hogweed, Heracleum sphondylium
   => lovage, Levisticum officinale
   => sweet cicely, Myrrhis odorata
   => parsnip, Pastinaca sativa
   => parsley, Petroselinum crispum
   => anise, anise plant, Pimpinella anisum
   => sanicle, snakeroot
   => moon carrot, stone parsley
   => stone parsley, Sison amomum
   => Alexander, Alexanders, black lovage, horse parsley, Smyrnium olusatrum
   => corn salad
   => wort
   => peperomia
   => yerba mansa, Anemopsis californica
   => asclepiad
   => milkweed, silkweed
   => stapelia, carrion flower, starfish flower

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Pinocchio(1940) - While the kindly toymaker Geppetto sleeps, a blue fairy brings his beloved marionette Pinocchio to life, beginning a fantastic odyssey that will test the wooden puppet's bravery, loyalty, and honesty-virtues he must learn to become a real boy. Despite the warnings of his wise friend, Jiminy Cricket,...
The Great McGinty (1940) ::: 7.3/10 -- Passed | 1h 22min | Comedy | 23 August 1940 (USA) -- Dan McGinty has great success in his chosen field of crooked politics, but he endangers it all in one crazy moment of honesty. Director: Preston Sturges Writer: Preston Sturges's_mother
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Try Honesty
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