Jocelyn Dunbar

Rookie (03-02-1969 / Australia)

Honesty


The basis upon which something stand being true individual,
made up an independent part of a person substance personality
building an action of relation head mark by integrity.

The great value total reverence of inward outward respect
of a person free from deception.

The genuine recognition of others to one involve will bring a
lot of good thing to a person personality and it will pass by the others.The peace and respect build to one another existing being
real human living.

' A real man is a man of integrity and honesty '
that means being all out in everything he does.

Honesty, honour and respect building love relationship is the
most important aspect of any relationship involve
headed for reputation over all performance of a person
to others will remain to the heart of the people lives.

An accord of trust emotional and spiritual maturity is
power to become a real honest person.

Submitted: Thursday, June 01, 2006
Edited: Saturday, July 31, 2010

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