Integrity: the practice of being honest showing moral and ethical values.
C.S. Lewis, a British writer, became a friend when reading the Chronicles of Narnia to a classroom of elementary students. He practiced integrity in his writing many times over, slipping in story examples in many pieces of his writing.
I thought about this quote for several days, read articles about it, trying to think when "integrity" was practiced in my own daily life. Things that stood out were "putting others' needs above their own". Someone with true integrity is only interested in doing the right thing. You don't think about it - you just do it!
If you possess true integrity you will be found helping those in need. I have friends volunteering all over the place: in the local food bank, providing clothes for those in need, spending their time at the Chamber of Commerce, participating in the Restorative Justice program. They hold a great deal of integrity in my book.
My brother, my sister, my cousin, Mary, all hold much integrity in their lives. Just helping out without thought. I'm still not able to think where "integrity"enters in this life I lead.