Trust and Acceptance

1trust  noun \ˈtrəst\

1  a : assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something
    b : one in which confidence is placed

ac·cept verb \ik-ˈsept, ak- also ek-\

transitive verb
1 a : to receive willingly <accept a gift> b : to be able or designed to take or hold (something applied or added) <a surface that will not accept ink>
2 : to give admittance or approval to <accept her as one of the group>
3 a : to endure without protest or reaction <accept poor living conditions> b : to regard as proper, normal, or inevitable <the idea is widely accepted> c : to recognize as true : believe <refused to accept the explanation>
4a : to make a favorable response to <accept an offer> b : to agree to undertake (a responsibility) <accept a job>
5: to assume an obligation to pay; also : to take in payment <we don’t accept personal checks>
6: to receive (a legislative report) officially
intransitive verb : to receive favorably something offered —usually used with of <a heart more disposed to accept of his — Jane Austen>

Do you trust yourself?  Do you accept who you are?

4 thoughts on “Trust and Acceptance

  1. I trust myself, but will never accept myself because to accept myself would be I’m contented, and to be contented would be to stagnate. I will always work to improve myself in all things.

  2. Your thoughts are always unique and special – just in case you think you are sending them out into the ozone. You always make me think about things that aren’t normally front and center – some places I’ve visited before, some not.


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