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#6A HONESTLY GROUNDED

I like facts—statements consistent with objective Reality. Likewise I value laws —rules created by social / governmental institutions / authorities to promote fairness and efficient functioning of society. My behavior, resting on this foundation, is typically sincere, truthful and straightforward. (This “path of least resistance” avoids added complications brought on by lying, cheating, stealing!)  And free from deceit: I strive to not deceive myself with wishful thinking.   I want my behavior to show I’m fully in touch with Reality.  (Note: I’ve been called rigidly simplistic and naïve!)

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As such this page may be rather incomplete or still "under construction" for quite awhile!

Alternate Concise Characterization with Wikipedia Entries:

Facts

Truthfulness

Laws

Fairness

summary Wikipedia article: Honesty

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Rule of Law (from online encyclopedia)
How do you stay grounded in reality? answer by Erica Bradley (Oct 23 2017 post on Quora)
"Are Your Self-Beliefs Grounded in Reality or Fantasy?" by Bobby Hoffman  (article on Psychology Today Dec 2 2016)
“The Creative Personality: Imagination and Grounded Reality” by Douglas Eby (March 2011 post on Psych Central)
 
 

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