Friday, 10 April 2009


To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved - George MacDonald

Trust is a strange thing. I find it odd how often, the people who you feel you can trust the most are the ones that you don't know very well, or haven't known very long. It's strange, you would have thought that the longer you know someone, the more trustworthy they become, but I tend to find that it's completely the opposite. Perhaps it's because I get to know people too well. Or it could just be that people you know better have a greater ability to let you down or disappoint you.

It is also interesting how difficult it is to establish a trust, yet how easily destroyed it is. For example, often it is not the fact that someone lied that upsets people, but rather that they can never truly believe anything else that person may say. Whilst we might forgive, it can be difficult to forget, and the thought of that broken trust is always lingering in the back of our minds.

I am aware that this is a rather short entry, but it is food for thought though, don't you think...?

1 comment:

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