Mindful Monday - The Four Horsemen of Trust

Mindful Monday - The Four Horsemen of Trust

“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” – Ernest Hemingway

Trust: Belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of something.

Distrust: The feeling that something cannot be relied upon.

Freedom is impossible without truth, otherwise, everything is an illusion. The reconsideration and reevaluation of trust must be constant.

Find below The Four Horsemen of Trust:

The Liar

Examining the veracity of communications at the first suspicions of foreboding or malice is vital.

The Denier

Shamelessly audacious and obtuse, The Denier, holds desperately to their falsehood in the face of the facts.

The Indifferent

Void of sympathy and interest, The Indifferent has no regard or concern for matters of things. Truth is of no consequence. Trust, therefore, must be suppressed.

The Duplicitous

This trickster misleads, confuses, and misinforms. Often mistaken as trustworthy, The Duplicitous is deliberately deceptive.

“I trust no one, not even myself.” – Joseph Stalin

“Trust, but verify.” – Ronald Regan


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