Many times you are concerned that others are hiding their true intentions from you and you can’t Trust.
A sense that the people you encounter don’t understand you could lead you to wonder about their intentions.
It is important to ask yourself if your assessment is accurate or if your feelings are stemming from feeling misunderstood.
You can alleviate your worries by making the decision that others have only the best intentions.
This will cause you to approach people in an open and trusting manner,
which will weed out anyone who isn’t in alignment with the space of trust that you are holding open to them.
Trusting others is a simple way to make your interactions more pleasant and fulfilling.
When you consistently wonder about the motives of the people you encounter,
you may begin to imagine that everyone you meet is hiding something from you.
Having faith in others allows you to engage in interactions with your loved ones and new acquaintances with a positive, friendly attitude.
And people will respond to your trust by being up front about their thoughts and feelings.
You will spend less time worrying about what is truly motivating others and more time enjoying the company of the people around you.
You also create an atmosphere of trust in which your relationships can flourish rather than wither from mistrust.
Trust others today, and you will give them the opportunity to be trustworthy.