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#elulwithme: Trust

A woman wearing a hijab smiles peacefully with her eyes closed. Below her is the word Trust.

Trust is a lot like faith: you can’t see it or touch it, you can only feel it. Every culture has phrases that capture this believing, just as everyone knows the idiom “easy does it” in their own way.

It’s hard to know who to Trust these days some say. I disagree. I know I can Trust my best friend, my spouse, my coach. I can Trust the neighbors I regularly meet on walks with their dogs. I have Trust in my friends, urban family…

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Helen Hazelmare

Helen Hazelmare

Writer of cautionary tales and curated essayist. Maker of stuff & things at brownhorseherbal.com. (she/they + we/our/ours)

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