The Hardest Thing to Earn, The Easiest Thing to Lose

What is the hardest thing to earn and the easiest thing to lose you ask. TRUST. Trust is an extremely important part of our lives. Without it you will end up living life like a hermit, lose everything that you love, or never be able to form any kind of relationship. Trust is one of the primary building blocks of any kind of relationship. A marriage. A business partnership. Family. Any kind of relationship you have in your life, trust is one of the four corners of its foundation.

Trust can take you years to build. Sometimes in can be built in a few heartfelt actions. To gain and earn someones trust is a precious thing. It can get you very far in life, in general, if you have a good network of trust. You will not get there instantly by any means but eventually it will come. The hardest trust to build is the trust that has already rotted from the inside out, it has to be completely replaced.

Trust can be destroyed in the blink of an eye. In the click of a button. In one single word. In one action. All you have to do is mess up one time and your trust with someone will turn from concrete to sand. It will still be some of it there, but it is no longer what it once was. Eventually if you mess up too many times, that sand will get washed away by the waves of your mistakes.

Trust is the hardest thing in the world to gain and the easiest thing in the world to lose. Be mindful of the actions you take and the way they do or will affect the ones around you. Stand strong in your relationships like Great Pyramids or get washed up by the sea of your deception.

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6 thoughts on “The Hardest Thing to Earn, The Easiest Thing to Lose

  1. This is such a wonderful line: “Stand strong in your relationships like Great Pyramids.” Great post. Trust is such a precious commodity to waste. Very precious when earned, incredibly difficult to recapture.

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