Thursday, January 27, 2011

Is Your Integrity Worth $12.4 Million? Even if you are a multi-million.

Here's a once in a lifetime story for those of us that had totally lost faith in all mankind. This will hold us over for a while. Yet, the cynics among us will say, "that's easy for him; he's a multi-millionaire." I don't know about you, but my experience in life tells me that the more one has, the more he/she likes to hold on to every cent, generally speaking.

Now, I'd suggest that Gil Meche, an injured pitcher with the Kansas City Royals was acting with true integrity and perhaps on a joint decision with his wife and family.  Maybe it was an expensive object lesson for a child.  Maybe it was a sense of morality and what's right.

Roger I. Abrams: Pigs Are Flying: Pitcher Gives Up $12.4 Million

 
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