Friday, November 4, 2011

Trust: It's What You Do, Not What You Say - Part 2 of 6 (Video)

Can You Be Trusted? (Part 2 of 6)

This video clip (Part 2) was shot at Abundant Life Center, Vancouver, Washington, June 2011. The message is on Trustworthiness. We often look for people we can trust. We hope we can trust our colleagues, friends and family. But the real question is, how trustworthy are we? That's what really matters. And the world can tell by observing just how closely our words match our actions, our deeds match our claims. 


  1. Thanks for sharing this video. In my opinion, trust is a very important matter in our days and time and the more we realize the reciprocity factor in our relations the more we try to work for the benefice of the others, which is the right way to go. As for how trustworthy I am, it is hard to tell, because we have to see the corruptions before the corrections can be applied, so my motto on that, is to act with the others in the most positive manner that I can.

  2. Thank you for sharing your comment. Yes, trust is the key. You're right about being able to recognize the corruptions before corrections can be applied. Otherwise, what do we have to work with? Thanks again.


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