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Have you ever totally analyzed a word
until it made no sense at all?
Have you ever wondered how young children can make best friends as quickly as they can meet them?
The answer to the second question
lies in doing the opposite of the first...
Through the years, we as adults learn not to grant trust, until we analyze people to the point where we discover
something within their personality which isn't trust worthy;
or we find that their reasoning sometimes makes no sense.
Therefore we try to avoid a lot of people who could have
a profound positive effect in our lives.
The reason why children make friends so easily,
is because from the start of their relationships,
they give almost 100% trust and admiration.
If all adults abide by the rule
"Everyone is nice until proven otherwise"
imagine the potential the world would posses.

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