Have you ever say this to someone, that you trust him/her?

Wait a minute, are you trusting them or you are actually trust your own judgment toward this person? We always feeling as if honoring someone when we told them that, we trusted them. But the actual fact is, you are trusting yourself, that this person is trustworthy, isn’t it?

What about when you trust a wrong person? Are you angry with the person, or angry with yourself that you have made a wrong judgment? When you say ” how could you do this to me?”, does it mean how could YOU do this to me or how could you do this to ME? See the different?

I personally feel that trust is something need not to be said at all time. When you trust someone completely, i believe he or she will know.

Well, I would conclude it this way:

  1. There’s no such thing as i trust you 100%. Trust means trust. 99% of trust IS NOT a trust!
  2. Trust is like a piece of paper, once it’s crumble, it will never be the same.
  3. You don’t have to keep telling someone that “Actually” you trust them! Because when you say actually, means you are not really!
  4. If you have no one that you can trust, the problem is with YOU, not others.