Brains are like muscles. You can rent them by the hour. The only thing that is not for sale is character. (Salvatore Eugene Scalia, late college professor)
As a teacher, Scalia certainly recognized the value of using your brains. He was in the business of training young men and women to exercise their learning abilities in order to serve well. He recognized, however, that “smarts” are not enough; you can actually get someone else to think for you and solve problems, but only you can develop character and integrity.
I will be careful to live a blameless life . . . I will lead a life of integrity in my own home (Psalm 101:2). People with integrity walk safely Proverbs 10:9).