I'd say, "false". There are times when we doubt someone but should really have trusted them; and there are times when we mistakenly trust someone when, in fact, it turns out we shouldn't have. Sometimes it can depend on what we do or don't trust about someone. I've found that it's easier to know who trust when judging their integrity or good/bad intentions; but it often isn't great to trust someone's judgment (no matter how well intentioned they are).
by Simon Cook 5 years ago
Is it wrong to flirt online (while married to someone else) with someone even if you have no intentiA lot of men go online to chat and flirt with women while their wife is in bed - most don't have any intention of meeting or going further. Is this wrong?
by Greg Johnson 6 years ago
Is it ever right to tell a lie?
by manofmystery24 6 years ago
Are there times when it's okay to lie?
by Roohi Khan 6 years ago
How to trust God in difficult times?Sometimes, when things get tough, it is quite easy to lose your faith in the one Supreme Being. Have you ever gone through such times? How did you manage to keep your faith in God?
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