“Honor wears different coats to different eyes” (Tuchman). Honor can be defined in so many ways. One definition of honor is honesty, faith, or integrity in one’s beliefs and actions.
In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by Shakespeare Brutus shows his honor to the people of Rome by being honest as to why he killed Caesar. He tells the people he loved Caesar no less then anyone of them that loved him. Caesar’s ambition, however, is the reason Brutus gives for killing him. Brutus does not try to hide is actions behind lies that may cause fewer problems. Brutus speaks the truth, “For Brutus is an honorable man,” (Shakespeare).
Most of the people in the United States are Christians. Apparently there are many forms of Christianity, one being Catholics. Catholics tend to be harassed by other people of different religions. A classmate from freshmen year is a Catholic and on a occasion the other students in the class would chose to address her unkindly about this fact. However, no matter how many times others teased and upset her about the fact that she is Catholic she stood up for it. She never wavered from her faith. In this way she showed honor.
A friend from California has always been excellent at knowing right from wrong. During 5th grade year a few of her friends were teasing another friend of theirs. She knew that they were just joking and so did the friend being teased. However, she knew that it was wrong. She told her teacher, who confronted the two teasing about the issue. She knew what they were doing was wrong and took action, showing her honor.
Honor is not only defined in many ways but is shown in many ways. Honor can been shown in anyone in least expected situations.