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Being honest and true is everyones goal in life Integrity is aboutbeing a true and whole person which is attempted by many people TheCrucible by Arthur Miller has many characters who favor integrity byadmitting mistakes and refusing to lie just to save their own livesJohn is the main example of the true meaning of integrity from his manyactions and words that change his fate Confessing his sin Proctor saysto Danforth A man may think God sleeps but God sees everything Iknow it now I beg you sir I beg you - see her what she is Shethinks to dance with me on my wifes grave And well she might for Ithought of her softly God help me I lusted and there is a promise insuch sweat But it is a whores vengeanceIII John sacrifices hisreputation so that he may save his wife and stop the proceedings of thetribunal He tries to save his wife and his integrity by being honestDuring the time that he is being told that he has to sign a documentabout his confession Proctor pleads to Danforth that It is my nameBecause I cannot have another in my life Because I lie and sign myselfto lies Because I am not worth the dust on the feet of them that hangHow may I live without my name I have given you my soul leave me mynameIV Unwilling to blacken his friends reputations and his ownreputation he cannot come to lie about being a witch He does not wanthis name to be posted on the church door so that everyone knows that hewas weak and confessed While talking with Elizabeth about cheating withAbigail he says No more I should have roared you down when firstyou told me your suspicion But I wilted and like a Christian Iconfessed Confessed Some dream I had must have mistaken you for Godthat day But youre not youre not and let you remember it Let
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