Essay On Trust In Life

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“Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm at your heart.” I dream of a world where there is no violence or war. I imagine all the people living life in peace. And I can make this dream come true. I have a toolbox which I carry around with me. It does not contain tools like hammers and screwdrivers but gadgets like tolerance, patience, acceptance, compassion, trust, character and communication. Tolerance is the gratitude towards multifariousness and the potentiality to live and let others live. Though tolerance may seem an insurmountable task in certain situations, being tolerant nevertheless remains the key to ameliorating unfavourable tensions between crowds and aiding neighbourhoods…show more content…
If people do not break each other’s trust the world would be a much better place as no one would suspect someone else of any wrong doings and thus they will not quarrel. A person’s character is not how he/ she acts in a play or film but is made up of the mental and moral qualities which are distinctive to an individual. Knowing a person’s character is very important to prevent misjudgements. In life, there are many instances where we trust a stranger blindly and find out much too late that they had an ulterior motive behind our friendship. Knowing a person’s strengths and weaknesses can also help you recognise their character. Communication is defined as the process in which information is imparted or exchanged between two or more sources, it plays the main role in building a peaceful society. It helps resolve conflicts and prevents misunderstandings and quarrels. Communication also enables us to develop a better understanding. Most of us argue about things we don’t know or cannot understand, but if we ask someone knowledgeable about them we can not only develop our understanding but also improve our
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