Trust

Trust is always important, but perhaps now more than ever. We are called to trust the judgement of decision makers and the measures put in place to save lives and protect our communities.

Trust takes an act of faith. We may not fully know what the future will bring, but we are asked to say: “I’ll do this because I trust you”.

We can create trust or burn it with others. We can cultivate it by keeping promises, earning respect, being honest and having integrity.

We quickly recognise those we don’t trust.

Who do you trust and why?