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A reflection on Trustworthiness

A reflection on Trustworthiness

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  • 1. Trustworthiness Mr. Pablo Cuadra Religion Class
  • 2. Trustworthiness
    • Trustworthiness is a human quality and virtue.
    • The virtue of being worth of trust.
    • Trustworthiness: enable others to believe in us and to rely on us without reservation or fear.
  • 3. Question
    • Do you consider yourself a trustworthy person?
    • What are the circumstances that make you loose trust in a person?
  • 4. Trustworthiness
    • Trustworthiness is achieved by developing values.
    • A value or quality is something humans beings consider extremely important and desirable.
    • The following values or qualities help us develop trustworthiness: honesty, integrity, reliability, and loyalty.
  • 5. Question
    • What value or values do you consider important? Why do you consider them important?
  • 6. Honesty
    • Honesty is a value that helps us convey the truth as best as we know it.
    • Honesty help us avoid communication that is misleading or deceiving.
  • 7. Question
    • Why do you think people choose to be dishonest?
    • What consequences can dishonesty create in a person’s life?
  • 8. Honesty
    • There are different ways to build honesty, these are:
    • A. Truthfulness
    • B. Sincerity
    • C. Candor
  • 9. Truthfulness
    • Truthfulness is: the obligation to speak what we know is true.
    • Truthfulness is: the intent (aim) to speak or convey the truth
    • Example: Half-truths are a way to deceived someone by mixing something true with something that is not true.
  • 10. Question
    • What are some of the most common half-truth teenagers or adults use to get out of trouble?
  • 11. Sincerity
    • Sincerity is the commitment of an individual to be truthful.
    • Ex: A person makes a habit to avoid statements or actions that are misleading.
    • People that are not sincere, rely on lying and falsehood in their relationship and interaction with others.
  • 12. Question
    • What is the connection between crime and dishonesty?
  • 13. Candor
    • The ability to be straightforward.
    • What you see is what you get, type of person.
    • A person that is not afraid to speak the truth or demand the truth.
  • 14. Question
    • Who are the people in your life that you consider to be straight forward?
    • There are people that tell you what you want to hear and there are others that tell you what you need to hear. Which of these two would you prefer?
  • 15. Honesty
    • Truthfulness, sincerity and candor require that a person be honest in words and in conduct.
    • An honest person will not steal, cheat, commit fraud, or trickery, because these actions are dishonest in themselves, are anti-values.
    • A dishonest person deceives in order to take advantage of others.
    • Dishonesty is a violation of trust, justice, and truth.
  • 16. Question
    • Have you or anyone you know been taken advantage by a dishonest person?
    • Would you do something dishonest if offered $50 million dollars?
  • 17. Integrity
    • The word integrity comes from the word integer, meaning “wholeness”
    • A person that has integrity is a person that makes sound decisions from situation to situation.
  • 18. Integrity
    • A person of integrity is a person that does not compromise his or her values in order to achieve a purpose or obtain a benefit.
    • A person of integrity is the same in public or alone. This is called character.
    • People of integrity are admired and trusted because of their resolve, inner strength and transparency.
  • 19. Question
    • How you ever been tempted to behave in a different way when you are alone?
    • Do you think is possible to behave the same way in private as we do in public?
  • 20. Integrity
    • To develop integrity a person has to develop:
    • A. Self-knowledge (knowledge of self)
    • B. Self-Reflection
    • (The ability to reason)
    • C. Self-Control
    • (The ability to control one’s desires and impulses)
  • 21. Question
    • Who are the people in your life that you know practice what they preach?
    • What are the characteristics of the people in your life that live a life of integrity?
    • Do you think you have control over your impulses or do your impulses have control of you?
  • 22. The four enemies of integrity
    • Integrity can be destroyed by the following behaviors:
    • A. Self-interest
    • (things we want)
    • B. Selfishness
    • (things we don’t want to share)
    • C. Self-deception
    • (A refusal to accept the truth, playing mind games)
    • D. Self-righteousness
    • (Doing what I think is right instead of doing what is right)
  • 23. Question
    • Why do people often choose to do what they think is right instead of doing what they know is right?
  • 24. The End
    • Prayer to the Holy Spirit
    • Holy Spirit , my light, my life, my love, my strength, be with me now, and always: in all my doubts, perplexities and trials, come, Holy Spirit; in hours of loneliness, weariness and grief, come, Holy Spirit; in failure and in loss, in disappointment, come, Holy Spirit; when others fail me, when I fail myself, come, Holy Spirit; when I am ill, unable to work, depressed, come, Holy Spirit; now, and forever, and in all things, come, Holy Spirit.
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