Trust – Two sides of the same coin(part – 3)

Water in the sea, for example, never dries up, even when the sun is shining directly on it. Similarly, even if there is a lot of blame placed on it, trust will not disappear.
It’s an endless journey. Despite so much hatred, trust will continue to grow.

What’s the reason?
Take parents and children as an example. Will their children’s trust in them dwindle?
When a child is chased by relatives, they have faith that they will catch them. Small children have a blind trust in strangers as well.

However, there is another side of trust.
Obviously, we do not trust crimes that occur everywhere, people with bad behaviour, bad intentions, greed, and so on.

Trust is like blood pressure. It’s silent, vital to good health, and if abused it can be deadly.

Frank Sonnenberg

The explanation is straightforward.
As previously stated, sugar and salt may appear to be the same, but they do not taste the same.
We are unable to substitute sugar for salt and vice versa.
We can’t be blind to allow bad things to happen to us.
It’s as if, despite the fact that trust is pure, people use it to commit crimes.
It tends to mean that if it falls into the wrong hands, it will feel as if someone has betrayed our trust.
It is not the person’s trust that changes over time, but his or her behaviour, nature, and intentions.

Isn’t it amazing how attentive we must be in this world?
Nature, honest people with good intentions, humanity, and other factors will not allow this trust to erode.
To let trust fly again with dignity, we must rise above quarrels, disputes, criminal actions, bad intentions, thieving, and so on.
so that people can begin to live happily and fearlessly.

Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.

Stephen Covey

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