All trust begins with yourself. If you do not trust yourself, how can you expect to trust anyone else? If you say to yourself, “I do not trust my brother or sister, my wife, or my friend,” then trust yourself enough to ask why that is. It is likely that, if they have done nothing deserving of your mistrust, the root of mistrust lies within you. For if you cannot trust your brother or sister, your wife or your friend, why would you call any of them by those names? Instead, examine yourself to learn why you refuse to trust the very people you are supposed to trust.
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