Trust is easy

in nobidbot •  11 months ago

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Most people find it difficult to trust people maybe because of previous experiences or their personalities.
I know you might ask why personality?
The answer is simple and straightforward!
A thief sees everyone as a thief and wouldn't trust anyone except proven otherwise. Even when the proof is there, the thief would still trust with a very wide eye watching for crookedness.

It doesn't end with a thief though as all ill habits kills off trust.

But a human with no societal ills would trust easily. He/she would give you the benefit of the doubt until you prove otherwise. And when this trust is lost you hardly gain it back.

But one thing is common in these two scenarios and it is "consistency".
Consistency is what makes a thief trust you. Consistency is what also makes the "no-thief man" keep his trust for you.

The only difference is that, while it is difficult to gain trust from the thief, it is difficult to lose trust from the trustful man.

Keep trusting and keep being trustworthy

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Very sound advice and great analogies, especially this:

Keep trusting and keep being trustworthy.

We need both. To be trusting and to be trustworthy ourselves. Otherwise, we can't trust or be trusted.

You may already know this, but since the URL to your picture is displayed, I'll go ahead and show you how you can basically hide it, just in case.

You will need the front and back brackets '[]' followed by front and back parentheses '()'. Just don't include the ''. I did that so they would show up in the comment.

Then, you can type Image Source inside the brackets and copy and paste the URL inside the parentheses so that it looks like this:

Image source

This is what your link will look like in code:

[Image source] (https://www.google.com.ng/search?q=images+of+trust&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjBrJC04unaAhWMDMAKHVimDNcQsAR6BAgKEAE&biw=320&bih=452#imgrc=xksMzFOVS9_TzM%3A)

I've placed a space between ] and (, but you will want them together to make it look like the link above.

Also, since you've used google search as your source, to avoid issues of copyright, you might consider using images from pixabay.com, unsplash.com or pexels.com., or something similar and after downloading them, copy the URL from the page you downloaded it from. Most of those allow you to use their photos for commercial purposes and for free.

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Wow! Thanks a lot, I never knew about it. We learn everyday. Thanks for the information too. I do appreciate it