Honor is a complex virtue that has many implications. Honor is best defined by how a person acts in accordance to their own moral code. A person with Honor is considered fair, honest, and reliable. Honor reflects a persons true nature. Whether we are born inherently with a sense of Honor or we learn it from the world around us, it defines us deeply to others and ourselves. The Honorable person always tries to be unbiased in any situation and gives their thoughts and opinions honestly regardless of the popularity of those thoughts and opinions. You also can also always count on the Honorable person, their word is their bond, and this makes them invaluable in all of our lives.
For those who truly carry Honor as one of their virtues they can find themselves set slightly apart from the crowd. They are needed and well liked and can be counted on to give fair account. This impartiality means that what they have to say will not always be well received, but for the most part will be respected. The Honorable person also gives credit where it is fairly due and never takes more than their share.
Another very important aspect of Honor is to accept responsibility for your actions. Modestly and honestly acknowledging both your triumphs and your failures and making the attempt to correct those failures. When practiced Honor becomes your personal worth. Are you a person who can be trusted? Are you a person who speaks your mind without judgement and bias? Do you strive to be reliable and show the strength of character that other people can depend on? I think that these are very worthy traits for any person to have, and I hope someday to have them as well, as I strive to be an Honorable person.
I will be true to my virtues
I will strive to always be fair and honest
I will own my faults and modestly accept my triumphs
I will strive for this my whole life