Trust means many different things to different people. To one person it means "I believe you won't stab me in the back." For another, it means, "Sure, you can borrow my car. Here are the keys." I'm writing a hub about the many meanings of trust, and I'd like to hear your views. Is trust of a loved on different than trust of a friend, parent, or child? Is trust a thought or a feeling? In your life, what does it mean to trust someone, and how is that different from not trusting?
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So the child trusts the father and the father demonstrates his trustworthiness in catching the child. And the feeling! Thank you.
Thanks, Dashing, for your multifaceted answer!
Katy, I'm honored by your honest sharing. I see the trust you are referring to as a spiritual trust, and your experience of the failure of the marriage as a spiritual crisis. I'm glad you survived & grew strong. I use meditation in similar situat