What is honesty? – Honesty is in what you say Honesty is speaking the truth. Lying is not honest (also called dishonest) because you are saying something that isn't true.
Examples of this form of honesty include:
What is honesty? Honesty is in how you act when you do something you know is morally wrong, or when you have to hide your actions because you know they are wrong, you are not being honest. Being honest means you act in a way that you know is the right thing to do.
This part of the definition of honesty includes not hiding the truth (deceiving), not breaking rules to gain an advantage (cheating), and not taking something that isn't yours (stealing) and any other action that you would hide because it is against what you consider morally right.
What is being honest with yourself? A big part of honesty is what you say and how you act toward others. But another part of the definition of honesty is whether you treat yourself the same way. Being honest with yourself means you really know why you are acting in a certain way or whether what you tell yourself is true.
This part of the definition of honesty includes: