We live in an era where people want to be honored without having done anything honorable. Richard L. Evans once said: “It is priceless to find a person who will take responsibility, who will finish and follow through to the final detail-to know when someone has accepted an assignment that it will be effectively, conscientiously completed.” It used to be that a handshake was more binding than a contract and that when someone gave you their word, you could take that to the bank. One politician said: “Before we had contracts we had handshakes that expressed that we were making an arrangement that was based on our honor.” What has happened to honor and how do we teach honor to the next generation?