Learning and Trust LO13489

Leon Conrad (100755.1675@CompuServe.COM)
06 May 97 07:32:26 EDT

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A friend of mine has just come out of prison - one of the things I
remember him saying the last time we talked was, 'I'm looking forward to
seeing a friend I made on the inside - he's coming over and we're planning
to take him round town. He's a wonderful guy - intelligent, inspiring. He
is in for murder, but I would TRUST him with my life.' That phrase speaks
to me about trustworthiness.

In this thread on learning and trust, is there a place for trusting in the
Divine within us? And can trustworthiness exist in anyone without it being
accompanied by wholeness and integration?


Leon Conrad
The Conrad Voice Consultancy


Leon Conrad <100755.1675@CompuServe.COM>

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