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posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 08:46 AM
I Was Just Thinking Of How Much We Trust People And How Little We Trust Others But Who Can We Trust? Can We Trust Our Favourite People, Could We Find More Trust In An Enemy? Trusting Them To Be Bad Because We Know They Will But The Good Could Just Be Faking? Can You Ever Really Trust Anyone Anymore? Has The Time Gone When We Have Close Friends And Litteraly Trusted Them With Our Lives, And Now We Live In A World Full Of Solitude? I Just Would Like To Know If There Still Are Some Good People. Please Find Examples, Links Or Anything. The World Is A Lonely Place Without Friends.

I Am Sorry If People Disagree With Me Or Anything But I Just Wondered.

posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 08:41 AM
It is true that you can never know when to trust someone but the easiest way is from past experience. One rule though never trust groups of people like governmaents and organizations, once lots of people have similr objective you can never trust the

[Mod Edit: Please Do Not Evade the Automatic Censors. Thank you - Jak]

[edit on 6/8/07 by JAK]

posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 12:25 PM
Here's one organization called Digital Universe and is designed the pool together all of knowledge or 'truths' that will benefit all the people of our planet.

The Digital Universe's audience is an intelligent and curious public searching for trustworthy information free of anything that is misleading, unreliable, or just plain wrong.

If there are universal truths, this is where you'll find them.

Its ultimate goal is a world of educated and informed citizens with Internet entry points to the most reliable information available on every conceivable subject.

Its current emphasis is the Encyclopedia of Earth, an expanding compendium of expertly written articles dealing with all aspects of life and environment on our home planet.

The solar-system home page, for example, starts with a 3-D picture of space as seen from inside a spaceship, then lets people click on a console to fly through a virtual solar system and explore the planets. Think of it as a visual Wikipedia.


Personally, I try and be very loyal and treat everyone with respect and love, however, I also don't live in the clouds thinking everyone is a saint. In this 'evil' world, I'm glad to be the different one, and when I do something nice for a stranger or for someone who never expected it, the look of astonishment is priceless

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