Simplicity and Trust - Manisha Deora

Simplicity is nothing but being yourself. We can observe that in childhood we just consume and use what we need; that's simplicity. We are rightly advised by the elders to believe in simple living and high thinking. Simplicity can be shown in food, speech, manners and in the way of living. Eating fast food, using costly items, losing the temper, etc are some examples of not being simple.

Great men and women who have achieved and succeeded in life followed a simple lifestyle. Even today great men like MS.Dhoni, Rajini Kanth and many others are living a simple life even though they have achieved more success in their life. It is not important to run after fashions and costly gadgets.  It is not necessary to look for tall buildings and apartments. Living a comfortable life in a simple way without any stress is simplicity. There is always beauty in simplicity. Let us experience what simplicity is.

Trust is the belief in the ability or strength of someone or something. It also means acceptance of the truth of a statement without evidence or investigation. Trust is when you ask someone to do something and you know they will surely do it. We should believe the statement said by the other person. Trust is when you feel comfortable with them while sharing our views and ideas.

We should try to listen to others' statements and understand what they are up to. If we can surround ourselves with people we trust, then we can create a safe present and an even better future. Trust means giving something now with an expectation that it will be repaid, possibly in some unspecified way at some unspecified time in the future. It is a special thing to be trusted by someone. Trust should be valued highly and seen as a true bond between two persons.

- Manisha Deora, The Fabindia School

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