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

Trust- barred with expectations (part – 2)

Have you ever had the feeling that you are not meant to be trusted by someone?
You’re not trustworthy, are you?
Is that correct?
Is it possible to change a person’s behavior by making him or her feel unworthy? How common is this feeling that it breaks self-confidence?
Is it a trusting mistake?
Isn’t it true that we seem to be so focused on gaining and losing trust?
Doesn’t it have an impact on our mental health?
It attracts expectations, which if not met, lead to a person being labeled as unworthy or labeling others as unworthy for him/her.

Trust is never gained or lost.
It’s simple if we don’t include expectations and reaction barriers.
Trust is in our nature, and we must trust each other in order to work and live peacefully.
Think about it: if we don’t trust our neighbours, won’t that make them think negatively about us?
Will it not start multiplying?
It is a never-ending loop.
So, instead of generating this loop, why not accept instead of expecting?

Trust, the innocent word, is so despised.
How quickly we begin judging others, as our minds are trained to think negatively first, then positively if we try.
Isn’t it true that humans are God’s best creation?
So, why don’t we trust each other?
If someone does something wrong, trust should not be used to justify the end of a relationship.
We must understand the person and accept them, as well as accept the situation with a big heart.
It not only helps to maintain peaceful relations, but it also helps to maintain peace.

We then begin to accept everything as it is. Things improve in people’s lives.
We might meet someone who complements our vibes.
Even if it’s not, let it be.
Trust will not be blamed because it is impossible to live without trusting each other.
In our daily lives, we must rely on one another.
Behavior is a different concept; if someone isn’t willing to treat you well, don’t stay there for long.
Don’t get caught on the wrong side of trust.
Trust, like a coin, has two sides, and one should be aware of them.

Trust – The mystery( part – 1 )

Trust is a five-letter word with a sea-like connotation and comprehension.
And one cannot acquire the attribute of being familiar with the term without plunging deep into the sea. If they do not know how to swim, one could wonder.
It isn’t about swimming, but rather the quality of delving deeply into things.

Just as salt sounds like sugar, will it style the same?
no right?
There use depends on the necessities.
Likewise, different styles of individuals exist. And affirmative we’ve got to trust individuals.
Without trust, one cant feel frank, won’t be ready to open up, and to feel safe trust is vital.

Trust must be broken in order to truly understand who is good and who seems bad for us.
Even if someone we trusted feels wrong, they are not. He/she simply does not match our vibes.
But that is life; by going through adversity, we grow stronger.

When trust is broken, we may be hurt. There is no other way to learn who to trust, who is meant to be with us, and who will not shatter our trust.
As I previously stated, we must delve deep into the sea to understand the reality of the word trust, which has deep meaning.

The hurt one used to feel caused him or her to change their mindset.
When one starts getting dettached from people, it could be for a variety of reasons, some of which are legitimate. But what if they’re trying to be there for you, to keep you from falling and going down the wrong path? which you may feel is not right for you is that it implies a breach of trust?
Does that person have a reputation for being untrustworthy?

Is there no need to look for the truth?
Is it necessary to be blindfolded?
This is the point at which trust requires hope in order to survive in the world. Isn’t it true that trust is a mystery?