Broken Trust is like Lost Virginity. Can it be Regained?

Can we reconstruct any building as it was, once its pillar is broken?
Can we shape again a broken glass again with glue?
Can we take back words once said?
Can we recreate moments once lived?
Can we go back to the time we breathed once?
Answer to every question is NO… A big No
So once pillar of any relationship that is TRUST broken like any glass and a person had lived moments once giving all to his special and being ditched on any ground can never be fixed or apologized….

I just wandered through thesaurus and came across the synonymous words of trust… Faith, assurance, confidence, reliance, sureness, hope, and many many more…
But when it was about the antonyms… I got only three words.. Distrust, mistrust and disbelief… I wondered a word having such a vast meaning has just three antonyms… Suddenly I realized that there is nothing except “an end” when trust is gone… And this was just a “practical proof” of the same…
Trust is not an achievement of a day or two… And keeping that trust for ever is also not a cake walk… Trust is like glass a little mistake and it’s broken into pieces.. You might fit the pieces back..  But the cracks will still be there.. No matter how hard you try to trust back somewhere down the line you will always be scared of it breaking again and shattering you again..
Now-a-days it’s a common tale to have a soul whom you trust blindly… But is it the same for ever..? If you say yes! Then believe me dear you are a damn lucky one…
People easily break trust but once its broken, they cry for the moon to have it back.. But as I say it’s not your possession darling that you will have it again…
As a broken thread can only be mended with a knot similarly if you leave no stone unturned, you can set Thames on fire… But somewhere that “fear of replay of history” will remain in the person’s heart… Rebuilding trust when it’s been broken is not dependent only on the person who has broken it, or how many times they can prove they are honest. It depends on the person who has decided not to trust anymore. Though they may be totally justified in their decision not to trust, as long as they choose not to, the relationship has no hope of survival and should be ended. If or when they decide to trust again, there is hope reborn…

Broken trust is like a melted chocolate, no matter how you tried to freeze it, it will never return to its original shape.

But some of us might disagree saying that trust can be rebuilt and the relationship can be better than ever. It might take a lot of hard work and doesn’t come quickly. Ultimate truth remains the same, as a crumbled sheet of paper it can never be the same.  Trust enables us to believe that deep inside, we are all hopeless romantics just trying to find our own better half among the seven billion little souls on Earth. There’s no magic machine, you don’t put in a coin and out drops a can of trust — trust grows over time. People are complex, broken beings therefore, previous hurts, fears or losses can impede their determination to trust and/or be truthful in a relationship. But, people have the capacity and the ability to change and to grow in trust and truthfulness. You can rebuild trust in broken relationships when you make a choice to do so with the supernatural help of God.

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