Today’s prompt is honorable.
Kinda funny sentence, isn’t it? Like, does that mean the other prompts are corrupt?
In truth, I never thought much about honor until I’d been married for a spell, because The Mister uses the word honor so often, I feel like honor stirs my morning coffee and tucks me into bed at night. Maybe it does, you don’t know.
Previously, I’d been one to put honor and integrity next to one another, like the morality twins. Although they often travel together in the best people, they’re not twins.
Being honorable is a complicated task that requires steadfast dedication.
The hero is honorable, yeah? He often comes with other words like valor and glory, but he never seeks those words, because to do so would not be honorable.
As students of literature can tell you, even the most venerable heroes must be careful not to take on pride, even in their honor. Being honorable requires great humility and sacrifice, which is why honor is far more common as a verb than as a noun, and honorable, a rarity.