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Loyalty There are many different perceptions and definitions for loyalty Everyone considers loyalty to be defined as respect honesty love and patients I am going to spend the next five minutes explaining a new way to look at some forgotten definitions of loyalty and what it consists of I know that you have heard of devotion but have you ever consider devotion being related with loyalty When you have certain task and responsibilities you become devoted to completing them and staying on top of your game You become devoted to performing at your very best and you make sure the least amount of mistakes is made If you dig deeper you will see that being devoted to something is also a way of being loyal Strive to be devoted to what you are trying to accomplish and you will also find yourself being loyal to what you are doing Now I want to talk about another way to look at loyalty I am going to assume here and say that everyone in this room has a type of religion they follow In religion you become devoted to your religion You are righteous you believe you follow and you become faithful to your religion Faithfulness takes a lot of hard work dedication time and trust The time you spend and the effort you put out helps you become a better person and helps better the people around you You encounter many obstacles on your chosen path but you still remain faithful in what you believe in Again look closer at the word faithful and you will see that it is also a way of being loyal To be faithful to your religion no matter what stands in the way or what other people say or think about it is also being loyal to what you believe in I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and
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