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Trust – Knowing What You are Responsible For


We never trust anyone; you only trust your judgment about that person. So when someone lets you down, it’s easier to think – that someone did you wrong, rather than the reality, which is that you have lousy judgment. The mirror is hard to look into.

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If you work or live with someone who produces a negative feeling in you, the first step to get beyond (above) this is to acknowledge that that negative feeling arises out of you. It is a feeling produced inside yourself, not the other person.

And nobody ever rejects you; they are only rejecting what they think you are. But that cuts both ways. Nobody ever totally accepts you either.

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