* A person may be honest at a time, but it does not necessarily mean that he posses integrity.
||Is defined as the spoken action of telling the truth. It cannot be called a practical performance of the right things
||Is defined as the practical application of the right things accepted by society. It is the performance of the right actions at any cost.
||Is a verbal action and has negative connotations like selfishness and cunningness
||Is a physical demonstration of ethics and always has positive connotations.
||Depends upon situation.
||Independent of situation
||Component of Personality
||Not necessarily a part of one’s personality
||A strong component of personality
||Depends upon personal interests and gains. May depend upon the fact that a person has benefited by speaking truth
||Does not depend upon personal interests and gains. It is a character of virtue, so a person does right, no matter he is benefited or not
||Does not represent moral strength
||Represents strong moral strength
||Also called truthfulness and factualness
||Also called high morality
||It is all about what a person says
||It is all about what a person believes