This expression can show very well the ideology of the general culture where we live today. As a result, unethical activities become acceptable when it is convenient, so, the dishonesty is not enough punish.
By Celestine Chua Dishonesty is a quality which conflicts with truth. On the map of consciousnessdishonest behavior tends to be dominant among lower consciousness people.
While we can try to stay away from such people, dishonest people still slip into our lives from time to time. So how can we deal with them effectively? My Experiences with Dishonesty Given that truth is one of my core values, dishonesty sits at odds with me. In fact, one of the things I pride myself at doing is being authentic, open, and truthful in everything I think, say and do.
There have been numerous times in my past where I was dishonest and felt ashamed of it afterward. For example, one time when I was 6 or 7, my brother and I quarreled and I took a dollar or two from his savings bank out of anger. He later found out and I returned the money. During those times, I never understand the ramifications of my actions.
It was only when I reflected on my actions afterward that I understood the implications. When I was in primary school, I had a good friend who repeatedly backstabbed me by badmouthing me. When I was 18, I joined a multi-level marketing company for a while, where I saw how the leaders would manipulate people against their wishes through subliminal and persuasive techniques.
They led me to orientate myself fully to the path of truth. Yet, I strongly believe that everyone, whether dishonest or not, has goodness in them. How to Deal with Dishonest People Step 1: Maintain a High Level of Consciousness When dealing with dishonest people, the first step is to root yourself in a high level of consciousness.
An immediate way to increase your consciousness is to clear out your mental clutter via meditation. Meditation helps me raise my consciousness by several notches in just five to ten minutes. I typically do this visualization during my morning meditation, and then go about my day.
While they may try to perform acts of deceit, your higher consciousness allows you to see through those actions and be impervious to that.
It puts you in the right frame of mind to perform the next step. I can understand why they would say that. You have to constantly watch your back for the next retaliation from this person.
I recommend to leave this to the police and the karmic laws of nature as opposed to taking matters into our own hands. The same applies for low-consciousness reactions such as anger and violence. Unless these people are introspective, reacting to them in such ways will only push them further into their current behaviors and cause them to stay put in their low consciousness, as opposed to helping them.The accumulated effects of academically dishonest behavior could have drastic impacts in the near future if the problem is not confronted and resolved.
“Davis and Ludvigson () found that 98 percent of students who cheated before entering university also continued to cheat while at the university” (Anderman and Murdock 13). Berkeley, CA — "Good morning! My remarks center this morning on critical thinking in every domain of knowledge and belief.
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The bad news is that no one is ever going to stop this epidemic but we can reduce it. Robert Hauptman on his book "Dishonesty in the Academy" shows us some radical solutions that we could apply: "The rules that govern the academic environment must make clear to all involved that academic dishonesty will not be tolerated.