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Wednesday, February 9, 2011


Trust |trəst|


1 firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something

acceptance of the truth of a statement without evidence or investigation

the state of being responsible for someone or something

poetic/literary a person or duty for which one has responsibility

poetic/literary a hope or expectation

verb [ trans. ]

1 believe in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of

( trust someone with) allow someone to have, use, or look after (someone or something of importance or value) with confidence

( trust someone/something to) commit (someone or something) to the safekeeping of

[with clause ] have confidence; hope (used as a polite formula in conversation)

[ intrans. ] have faith or confidence

[ intrans. ] ( trust to) place reliance on (luck, fate, or something else over which one has little control)


I dont know why I want to write about trust. Perhaps, in recent, I've heard so much about it.

Trust is earned, not asked. You may ask for a trust, you may hear people give you their trust, but after all its your act that matters. We cant say 'I'll give you my trust' easily, because it turns out trust is something that builded. Trust is something grown. First, a willing to trust someone. Next, the fact. I mean, if we decide we're gonna trust a person, we'll see how that person does eh? We will start evaluating. We will see if that person is trustable or not. We will do these, thou we dont mean to. Thou we dont realize. Too much disappointment will lead us into a broken trust. Once a trust is broken, its so hard to mend all the pieces.

What's the point of begging a trust if we dont act like we're trustable?

Sometimes, it doesnt matter how much we want to trust someone. It doesnt matter how much we try to trust someone.

Its all back to the self;

Are we trustable enough to be trusted?

Look at what we've done, then we will find the answer.


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