107. ARE YOU AN HONORABLE PERSON? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - Ire kabiti


As teenagers, we are in a constant state of identity development and value formation that will serve us well in the future. Integrity, honesty, respect, and a dedication to upholding morality even in the face of difficulty, are all components of honor. Making an effort to be honorable gains you respect from others and strengthens your character.

First, think about how being honorable depends on integrity. Having integrity is acting and believing the same things, no matter what. It is about upholding your morals when no one else is around. People begin to trust you more when you are consistent and they know they can count on you to do what you say, and to act according to your beliefs.

Another essential element is honesty. Honesty is the mark of honoring yourself and your actions, even when it is uncomfortable. In interactions with friends, family and teachers, honesty cultivates a sense of trust and respect. It also entails being truthful with oneself; accepting your advantages and disadvantages, and making an effort to get better. Instead of avoiding the truth, an honorable person welcomes it as the cornerstone for both solid interpersonal bonds and personal development.

Honour also requires respect. This entails being fair, considerate, and kind to other people. Respecting other people's viewpoints, especially when they diverge from your own, demonstrates openness and maturity. It also entails respecting the rights and dignity of others, speaking out against injustice, and lending a helping hand to those in need.

Lastly, consider how living an honorable life will affect your community and future. Honorable people provide a good example and motivate others by their deeds. They inspire others around them, to act honorably by fostering a culture of integrity, honesty  and respect. Being honorable eventually leads to opportunities, meaningful connections and trustworthiness, because people respect and seek out those who exhibit these traits on a regular basis.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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