Integrity’s Call to Action

Rev. Dr. Frances Sink 

Integrity is a quality often used to describe a person’s moral presence, but it also refers to a quality of wholeness, being undivided. Sometimes integrity requires individual action in spite of criticism or ridicule by others, what we often call “being true to one’s self.” At other times integrity requires us to act on behalf of our interdependent and interwoven lives, what might be called “communal Integrity.”  What is integrity’s call to you in this new year?