The Pillars of Character
When I first of the Pillars of Character I thought of the most common traits; loyalty, responsibility, honesty, reliability, and kindness. I always thought out of these traits as the most because I have always been taught these traits as these were taught to me by many of my former teachers and my parents.
Many people think important trait was honesty because if there's no trust there is no world. Much of the world's deals are based upon trust and many a times the trust has been broken leg to many wars. Today though I won’t be talking about those moments of Wars of distrust. On the other hand I Will be talking about the different ways TRUST is a very important character trait. Trust effects of : Relationships, …show more content…
Then, one day my friend and i sat down and started to talk out problems out with Tim and Cecilia when we started to talk them I told them I had lost my trust in them. After that talk everything became better between the five of us and things have been better ever since.
This was a time when I learned that trust was the building blocks of a relationship and that is why I have stopped arguing against trust as a building block of a relationship.
Responsibility may be affected by trustworthiness there is a story I wrote to go with this concept. The story is called “ Five Spoons of Salt”
It goes; There was a girl who was very irresponsible and whose parents feared for ehr memory health. This girls name was Emma, Forgetfu-Emma. One day she was told by her father to go to the store to buy some medicines as he had a splitting headache from staying up late, the other night. Emma agreed to go, yet once she reached the store she went directly to the candy section and bought a whole lot of candy and came home without the medicines her father had wanted her to
Trust is like a rope (Simile) it can snap on you at anytime unless you take care of it. Trust can mean believing in someone or relying on someone. Marcus has to trust his three friends with his life. Everyday those men are assigned to keep one another alive to be brought home safe for there families. This type of trust is something that would be hard to find when you are being shot at by an army of people and there are only four of you.
If we as humans can weed out the people who aren’t trustworthy, on a small and large scale, there won’t be as much conflict, but if we fail to do this then hostility will still be at ease worldwide. Friends betraying others in junior high are major issus and resolving the issue as a whole is highly unlikely, but if we separated those we could trust with those we can’t it would save us all the headache. So, is letting go of trust the key to survival? After reading this book I believe trust is still something that is appreciated from the right people, but from the wrong people, the results can be
Though situations may arise where trust and survival concur, in order to secure safety, placing trust within others no longer remains an option, whether they be strangers, acquaintances, or young children. Once safety is guaranteed, the concept of trust no longer exists, as trust is either diminished by the war or facing misinterpretation. However, the novel does not have only negative outlooks on reliance and faith; trust that was lost can and was
Trust is a complex concept, as it can be characterized as feeling a strong sense of loyalty and reliability or the action of being able to disclose secrets and personal information to a dependable individual. Trust is a necessity in human nature, as it is fundamental for the foundations of relationships with family and friends among us. Trust is remarkably diverse. In fact, the most ordinary human interactions would be nearly impossible without trust in some degree. The element of trust is also something that can be gained and lost.
Trust which is “assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something in which confidence is place” (Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary, 1828). Confidence which is “faith or belief that one will act in a right, proper, or effective way” (Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary, 1828). When abuse of power is present in a organizations, Soldiers loose trust on their leaders as they will not be doing things for the better but just because he or she said so. At the same time Soldiers have to be able to understand the difference and cannot go by their assumptions. Trust is one of the easiest attribute to loose and the hardest to get back.
A true friendship must include trust between two people who really care about each other. The novel, “A Separate Peace,” by John Knowles demonstrates the bond between two friends, and how that bond is kept together by trust. This quality can destroy or build a friendship. This story presents the trust and loyalty in a friendship.
Character is perhaps the most important aspect of being an honorable leader. One of the attributes that I value most is kindness. No matter how simple it may seem, it is certainly important. I make an effort to be a good friend to everyone I encounter and make them feel respected. Making others know their worth and feel respected is a great way to earn their respect back.
William’s play A Streetcar Named Desire presents a variety of perspectives on relationships, especially addressing the idea that bonds which aren’t bound by trust, loyalty and lust in an even balance will inevitably fail. Tennessee Williams uses the interaction between his characters, predominantly Blanche, Mitch, Stella and Stanley; to express a variety of ideas regarding relationships. These connections can be witnessed in scenes 2, 3, 6 and 11, through the use of stage directions, dialogue and expressionism to display different perspectives of character interaction. Trust acts as the foundation to any relationship, establishing a strong link between individuals and without it, the connection will eventually disintegrate.
Telling the truth is considered a desirable trait in the twenty first century, while in older times, telling a lie was unimaginable. The reason for trust issues today is caused by the excessive lying committed. Lying is the catalyst to horrible occurrences, even though society acts as if lying is
Trust is very important in relationships. It is the basis for relationships. It influences what you think about others. When just beginning a relationship there is a lot of initial trust. In The Great Gatsby the beginning tells of Gatsby, and how he is shrouded in mystery and gossip.
Trust is what makes the world go round. Without trust, people wouldn’t know how to live. Sometimes trust can cause a person’s downfall. In Macbeth, trust fools plenty of citizens in Scotland. Although some people may become skeptical too quickly, people should be careful who they trust because people can have bad intentions and betray each other no matter what.
Isaac Watts once said, "Learning to trust is one of life's most difficult tasks. " Trust plays a significant role in The Hobbit because the dwarves and Bilbo have to learn to trust each other on the quest, the dwarves have to trust Gandalf, and Beorn has to trust Gandalf. When the dwarves found out that Bilbo was going to be their burglar they were skeptical.
With this knowledge, you have to trust every person to do their job without fail or else your thinking crashes the entire operation. In conclusion, the philosophies of distrust and trust and use manipulation is seen either influencing or being used by all