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Trust
A man of sense only trifles with them, plays with them, humors and flatters them, as he does with a sprightly and forward child; but he neither consults them about, nor trusts them with, serious matters.

- Chesterfield, Lord
The glue that holds all relationships together -- including the relationship between the leader and the led is trust, and trust is based on integrity.

- Tracy, Brian
Fear secretes acids; but love and trust are sweet juices.

- Henry Ward Beecher
The commercial class has always mistrusted verbal brilliancy and wit, deeming such qualities, perhaps with some justice, frivolous and unprofitable.

- Nevill, Dorothy
Faith is trust in what the spirit learned eons ago.

- Roberts, B.H.
A friend once won need never be lost, if we will be only trusty and true ourselves. Friends may part, not merely in body, but in spirit, for a while. In the bustle of business and the accidents of life, they may lose sight of each other for years; and more, they may begin to differ in their success in life, in their opinions, in their habits, and there may be, for a time, coldness and estrangement between them, but not for ever if each will be trusty and true. For then they will be like two ships who set sail at morning from the same port, and ere night-fall lose sight of each other, and go each on its own course and at its own pace for many days, through many storms and seas, and yet meet again, and find themselves lying side by side in the same haven when their long voyage is past.

- Water of Life Sermons.
Forgiveness is always free. But that doesn't mean that confession is always easy. Sometimes it is hard. Incredibly hard. It is painful to admit our sins and entrust ourselves to God's care.

- Lutzer, Erwin W.
To long for that which comes not. To lie a-bed and sleep not. To serve well and please not. To have a horse that goes not. To have a man obeys not. To lie in jail and hope not. To be sick and recover not. To lose one's way and know not. To wait at door and enter not, and to have a friend we trust not: are ten such spites as hell hath not.

- Florio, John
It is impossible to go through life without trust: That is to be imprisoned in the worst cell of all, oneself.

- Graham Greene
We have been educated to such a fine -- or dull -- point that we are incapable of enjoying something new, something different, until we are first told what it's all about. We don't trust our five senses; we rely on our critics and educators, all of whom are failures in the realm of creation. In short, the blind lead the blind. It's the democratic way.

- Miller, Henry
Charm was a scheme for making strangers like and trust a person immediately, no matter what the charmer had in mind.

- Kurt Vonnegut
For my part I distrust all generalizations about women, favorable and unfavorable, masculine and feminine, ancient and modern; all alike, I should say, result from paucity of experience.

- Russell, Bertrand
Trust your hunches. They're usually based on facts filed away just below the conscious level.

- Brothers, Dr. Joyce
My time has been passed viciously and agreeably; at thirty-one so few years months days hours or minutes remain that Carpe Diem is not enough. I have been obliged to crop even the seconds -- for who can trust to tomorrow?

- Byron, Lord
The trust I have is in mine innocence, and therefore am I bold and resolute.

- William Shakespeare
When all is said and done, friendship is the only trustworthy fabric of the affections. So-called love is a delirious inhuman state of mind: when hot it substitutes indulgence for fair play; when cold it is cruel, but friendship is warmth in cold, firm ground in a bog.

- Franklin, Miles
What we learn only through the ears makes less impression upon our minds than what is presented to the trustworthy eye.

- Horace
My father used to say: Never suspect people, It's better to be deceived or mistaken, which is only human, after all, than to be suspicious, which is common.

- Young, Stark
The man or woman who concentrated on Things can hardly be trusted to use those things for the essential good of mankind. Only those who have guided the development of their spirit as well as their mind are really; qualified to use wisely the things that man's reason has enabled him to fashion out of nature's raw materials.

- Fields, E. S.
Courage is always greatest when blended with meekness; intellectual ability is most admired when it sparkles in the setting of modest self-distrust; and never does the human soul appear so strong as when it foregoes revenge and dares to forgive any injury.




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