There are 3 different types of people when it comes to trust:
1. Trust creators (TC)
2. Trust breakers (TB)
3. Trust destroyers (TD)
1. You’re lucky if you have met the first type at the first time.
2. You’re unlucky if you have met the second type at the first time.
3. You’re very unlucky if you have met the third type at the first time.
1. It’s difficult for a TC to recreate a trust where a TB has passed.
2. It’s more difficult and maybe impossible for a TC to recreate a trust where a TD has passed.
3. It’s very easy for a TC to create a trust where nobody else has passed.
4. It’s easy/difficult/impossible/possible for a TD to destroy the trust created by TC, depending on two things:
A. The strength of the weapon TD uses.
B. The strength of the trust.
The truth is:
people can argue,
people can fight,
people can wound each other,
but everyone will feel his own pain.
Pretending actions deceive,
Despite the heights of people, a distance from hair to toes can be easily walked by feet in less than 2 seconds, but there’s a place on a human that can take you 6 or more years (without stopping walking a second) to reach and read what truly is written there…”HEART” (distances may vary, so does the time that it can take you).
An advice from a friend, like but don’t like gossips, because they’re helpful on the truth discovery, and trust but don’t trust,
because the more you trust, the less you be careful,
the less you be careful, the more you die
(physically or psychologically),
the less you trust, the more you be careful,
the more you be careful, the more you be safe (normally, physically or psychologically),
and the safety is what we all wish to fully have.
There are things we (people) hated to say/do/plan but within time we ended up sayin/doin/plannin them, because at that time we didn’t realize that their value/importance was really bigger than our hate.
I was not born prematurely but circumstances and people made me become MATURE prematurely.