Trust In Friedrich Nietzsche's 'The Lion'

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Trust is sometimes referred to as a double edged sword, this means it is a liability in addition to a strength; and trust is a vital element, a necessity in friendship. Without it, it's guaranteed to crumble. Friendship built upon trust is genuinely a divine, wonderful thing that is beneficial to the soul. However, without trust, it becomes awfully difficult to appreciate true friendship, something many of us are owed. “I'm not upset that you lied to me, I'm upset that from now on I can't believe you.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche. Friendship is dependent upon trust and without it, what is it? A car without gas. Despite the amount of time you stay in it, it gets you know where. To instill a good, valuable friendship you need trust. In The Lion

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