DWQA QuestionsCategory: Limiting BeliefsSamuel Johnson said: “It is better to suffer wrong than to do it, and happier to be sometimes cheated than not to trust.” What is Creator’s perspective?
Nicola Staff asked 1 month ago
Here again is a quite powerful testament to the importance and value people place on having that bedrock of trust on display. Morality is a necessity for being and remaining in divine alignment. So a transgression of some kind that would threaten an established trust, or prevent its development, will likely lead to rejection and may become an insurmountable obstacle to any further interaction. On the other hand, if you are mistreated by someone unthinkingly or carelessly, perhaps because of meeting them while they are under stress in some way and not showing their best side, if they come to regret that introduction, you will have the opportunity to decide whether to trust them and not be at their mercy. If you are the perpetrator, this is an important working principle because many people are unforgiving by nature, having been burned more than once by life, and have a low tolerance for mistreatment from others. So if you burn bridges to others, they may never reform. If you are more in divine alignment, and stronger as a result, you may find a valid reason to overlook or forgive an awkward beginning and give a relationship a chance. So taking the high road is always a good policy because you will have greater strength as a result, and be in the driver's seat and able to make effective choices in how to spend your time and who to do it with, and not living subject to the whims of others and their judgment of you.