You are talking with two people who are important to you. Each of you wants to act with "integrity", but the more you talk, you realize you mean completely different things by the word.
To one of you friends, it means this:
epistemic humility, a kind of curiosity, trust, honesty, groundedness
privileging open questions above quick solutions, answers, etc, so as to see where we really stand on an issue a kind ofcuriosity trust honesty groundedness Who's into this? nathanvanderpool Peter N Limberg Margaret Amenyo Joe Edelman What's good for this? Stories
To another, it means this:
resting in power, a kind of embodiment, whimsicality, attunement, trust, self care, boldness, patience, groundedness
taking my own counsel about who to respond to, and when to respond, monitoring the moment for ripeness on my own terms a kind ofembodiment whimsicality attunement trust self care boldness patience groundedness Who's into this? Joe Edelman What's good for this? Stories
Can you describe a different form of integrity—one important to you—and distinguish it from these two? Can you describe it clearly, so that your friends might understand you?