Fidelity is abiding by an agreement, treating it as a personal covenant. It is remaining true to a cherished ideal no matter what happens to thwart our purpose. Marriage thrives when we fulfill our promise of absolute faithfulness to each other. In each relationship we form, fidelity keeps us scrupulously loyal. We avoid backbiting and casting blame. We call on our courage to resolve differences face to face. We are devoted to our employment and keep faith with a standard of excellence. We continually aim to be trustworthy. Fidelity keeps us on a path of true integrity.

In Family Life

The virtue of fidelity in a family is exemplified through unwavering loyalty, trustworthiness, and commitment among its members. Demonstrations of fidelity within a family include family members supporting each other unwaveringly, upholding their obligations and responsibilities, and fostering transparent and sincere communication.

Fidelity within a family means standing by each other’s side during challenging times, offering support and understanding, and valuing the bonds of kinship above all else. It involves respecting the family’s shared values and traditions, upholding mutual respect, and consistently working towards the well-being and happiness of all family members, fostering a deep and enduring sense of unity and belonging.


Many persons have a wrong idea of what constitutes true happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.

— Helen Keller

 The Practice of Fidelity

  • I honor my commitments.
  • I stay true to my partner.
  • I am loyal to those I love.
  • I work out problems directly.
  • I am meticulous in my work.
  • I walk my talk.