HONOR



HONOR a idea that transends time  it has no time or space the idea the concept is i will keep my word . The idea is no matter what happens i will keep it. But what if a company that hires you has no honor? Call this company hemsaw it has workers that are heart attack patients. If it was a honorable company the work them lightly and give them help as needed.  But if they werent honorable they work them like slaves in a hot day and not care when they end up in the hospital or the  grave. Such a place sure to not care honor is hard and careing. But who would work for such depraved souls? Who throw honorable people out like trash. Honor i keep my word as long as you keep yours .

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The idea what is honorable

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Submitted by Lowlarr on June 09, 2021

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Larry Lowry

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