Is it possible to succeed with integrity when you might depend on corrupted people to be someone?
By integrity I mean staying true to your values,moral,happiness etc
Because just one action can change it(Eg you get someone to have a job before someone else does because you are pressured by a powerful person who will help you but with only that condition)
Relying on attaining a position through the aid of someone else can sometimes be a mistake.
It's not unusual for someone to scratch someone else's back expecting the favour to be reciprocated, only to find that it won't be. Very often, their promise to help is simply that - a promise; just words to ensure they get what they want.
There are never any guarantees that they will hold true to those promises and values are compromised for nothing.
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