Eyes closed Arms open wide He stands behind As I fall into oblivion "Trust me." he said and I did.
I don’t trust most people. No matter how long we may have known each other. We could have known each other all my life, but my trust may not be with you at all. Never confuse time with loyalty; just because you have been around, don’t mean you have BEEN there. I always sit back and observe every person in my life, whether we talk everyday or not. I know who motivates me and keep it 100%. I also know who I can’t trust and who I need to keep distance with, whether I say anything or let you be fake.
Please make sure that trust is the last thing you handout. It’s the most important, and the most fragile and the easiest thing to break. Don’t trust someone because you love them or because they are blood relatives; trust them because they earn it. Trust isn’t complementary, it is not free toy in a bag you don’t give it away because it seems right.
A relationship last as long as the commitment in your heart allows it and if there is a breach of trust it is over.
Do you recall as a student, one of the very first things your teachers typically did was take attendance each morning. S/he would go down the list and call each students’ name and you know you hollered “Present!” like the rest of us!
Do you ever stop and take attendance to note who is actually present in your life? Often we’re so concerned about who we are with that we don’t take the time to note whose with us. Stop for a moment and reflect on who in your life is really with YOU and who is actually with your TITLES or your TOYS. Trouble has a way of telling on folks. Try taking attendance in your life after your title is snatched and your toys have shrunk in comparison to the next persons.