Is trust something that can last forever? Most of us think it comes down to how long we’ve known someone. But once the band of trust is broken, it becomes apparent just how much you’re willing to let your heart trust. It’s difficult to go through. When a friend or family member breaks your trust, you feel defeated and somehow lesser for even trusting them in the first place. So, what do we do? If the person you love has broken your trust, it’s time to rethink some things. I’ve come to think that it takes time for that trust to heal. Over a certain period of time, things will get better. While the relationship may not go back to how it once was, that doesn’t mean it will stay that way forever.

My trust for many has been up and down depending on who you ask. I certainly didn’t imagine my life with people turning out like this. Don’t get me wrong. I have plenty of people who I love and trust, but there’s something about those we’ve left behind. The people who have betrayed our trust time and time again until our only option was to let them go. Sometimes those people wander back into my mind and I can’t help but wonder if things could have been different. Then I remember that everything happens for a reason. Even if things had been different, the truth would have shown its face. So, what do we do?

Can we trust without the fear of trust being broken? Maybe, but it’s worth noting that trust is something that can be mended. If we can find it in our hearts to forgive and try again, there’s hope. I’ve forgiven plenty of people in my life and been forgiven as well. It’s all part of a greater cycle and I think it’s rather important to think and talk about. Thanks for listening to the rant. I can’t wait to see what else the years bring. I’m just glad to know that trust isn’t always broken forever. It’s possible to forgive, and it’s possible to trust again. Always remember that.

Blessed Be )0(

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