Among the leadership traits, “integrity” is the most difficult to build but the easiest to lose. It is not easy to earn people’s trust in the postmodern world. A “little convenience” is usually sufficient to trade off a leader’s integrity, which will be lost forever. “Forget what we have promised” is a fault but not a sin. Yet, covering up the fault with a lie is the beginning of trading off our integrity. It is the most precious asset of a leader. If we lose it, we can never trade it back. On the examination school days, the vice principal and I pray for our kids every morning, asking the Lord to let them show their efforts and talents and learn the importance of integrity – not to cheat because of fear. “The Lord detests the use of dishonest scales, but he delights in accurate weights. – Proverbs 11:1.” In the view of the Lord, deception on a large or a small scale does matter to Him. Cheating is the opposite of honesty (one of the four pillars in our school motto). The motive behind cheating is to deceive someone else, and the sacrifice is one’s integrity. Who wants to believe in a liar?