I dreamt with a little girl that I have never seen before. I can almost make out her eyes, but the rest of her face is a blur. I can see her little hands because I held them as I tried to get her to safety from the windowsill she was hanging from. I had to pass her along to my mom in a window next to mine. The dream turned into a nightmare afterwards and I will spare you all the details, but I learned that my subconscious doesn’t trust my mom, which is actually something that I already knew.
They say that trust is a unicorn because it is just a theory. It is an idea formulated to control. It isn’t that it’s such a bad of an idea, but it just isn’t realistic unless you trust foolishly.
Trusting foolishly isn’t bad either, nor is it as bad as it reads. It is defined as trusting someone regardless of the outcome because the outcome doesn’t matter to you since it will not affect you either way. Basically, not caring enough to trust that you trust anyway.
I think that is more of a realistic approach to trust than the one we put huge expectations on in relationships, and I’m not only talking about relationships with lovers, but also with family.
You see, trust, in theory, is a 100% type of thing. You either trust, or you don’t. There is no such thing as "I kind of trust you", or, "I trust you sometimes.". No. It does not work that way. In order for trust to be trust it must be full and complete trust one hundred percent of the time.
Saying that you trust a friend with your car or your money, but not with your boyfriend or girlfriend is saying that you don’t actually trust your friend at all. Do you understand why?
Trust is a myth that only fools believe in, but since ignorance is bliss then it is something that you can actually die with. To trust is to tell the world that you are a positive person, and that your positivity throughout life will afford you a very happy one.
Trust is for our own selves to hand out and decide upon. NEVER let anyone tell you or ask you to trust them. You are not that cheap.