You Can’t Buy Integrity

My son was recently assigned a group project at school.

I came home to find him diligently working on it – all by himself.

He informed me that his assigned teammate offered to pay him $25 to finish the project.

My son then spent the next few hours working on the assignment.

When my son showed me his completed work, he was beaming with pride.

After his “team” handed in the assignment, his teammate reached into his pocket to pay my son.

My son told him to keep his money.

Shocked, the boy said, “Wow, I never saw someone turn down money before.”

Smiling, my son replied, “You must know too many politicians.”

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