Trust

Trust is an interesting thing. When you don't trust someone, it shows, and that leads them to not trust you back. When you do trust someone, it's easier for them to take advantage of you. But if you keep trusting them, they will see that you are sincere, and won't take advantage of you again.

It takes trust to earn trust. And I think we all benefit by being a lot more trusting of each other, don't you?

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Trust

Trust is an interesting thing. When you don't trust someone, it shows, and that leads them to not trust you back. When you do trust someone, it's easier for them to take advantage of you. But if you keep trusting them, they will see that you are sincere, and won't take advantage of you again.

It takes trust to earn trust. And I think we all benefit by being a lot more trusting of each other, don't you?

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