From "Et Tu Brutus" to "Kaka mala vachva" the pages of history is filled with examples where trust was shattered. A virtue that should uplift us has been at the epicentre of many cries.
But even in the depth of our hearts, we know that
" To trust is to be vulnerable ". Yet! We still do it.
We still trust, not because we feel that we are immune to its failures but because we are suckers. We are suckers for the ideals of friendship, fellowship, companionship and relationships. These very ideals that make us vulnerable to the failure of trust, are what makes us humans.
So, if the absence of trust is the absence of these very ideals.
Then the absence of trust would be nothing more than the absence of