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Trusting another person is huge. Trusting someone takes courage, analysis, belief, devotion, attention to detail and even some love.
How often is it that you trust a stranger? How often is it that you trust a lover? Was that lover once a stranger? Did that lover became a stranger over time?
Trust is a fickle concept that causes turbulence in the minds of many. Consider the pleasures and pains that come with trusting another individual besides yourself. At times we feel a great delight in knowing that another individual could possibly satisfy our hidden desires. Moreover, that same individual can fail to impress us with consistent failure.
Here’s my advice on how to succeed in relationships with all people. You have to be willing to give in order to get. You have to be willing to trust in order to be trusted. You have to be willing to feel a little pain in order to feel the utmost pleasure.
Trust is very valuable. Once someone abuses it, you are more than welcome to banish them. However, you have no reason to banish someone that hasn’t had the chance to fill you with joy.
Then again, that’s just my opinion. We’ll catch up next blog. Let me know what you feel about trust.
Trust is like the sun, if you only believe it when you see it, you’ll never make it through the night.
- Julio Caezar