Tuesday, August 11, 2015

da'Shade — Trust

Hey, what's up?

This is da'Shade ... sitting in for Kennedy James.

What the hell ever happened to trusting others?

These days, it's like people are walking around with a stick of dynamite up their ass, and they think everyone they meet is just itching to light the fuse and blow their life to shit.

What's wrong with us? Don't we trust anyone anymore? Have we been brainwashed into believing that everyone we meet is somehow trying to screw us and that, more likely sooner than later, eventually everyone we meet WILL screw us?

Seems like trust has checked out of the local hotel.

I'll tell you why. Trust is a two-way street. I ain't gonna trust you if I don't think you is going to trust me. So when people meet, there's always this barrier of doubting the sincerity and the intentions of the other person. Who's you? Who's me? Who the fuck knows? We just met. One of us had better take the leap over that barrier, or we might as well just up and go our separate ways.

Course, taking that leap might mean you end up falling face first in a puddle of misery. But, so what? That's the chance you take. That's just life. Can't handle it? Then stay home, with you all wrapped in yer blankie. Stay where you feel safe and watch life pass you by on the TV.

Ya know, it's not always about trusting other people. People who never trust others are people who don't trust themselves, don't trust that they'll make the right choices, make the right leap when making that leap is everything.

Hey, life is a gamble. You roll the dice, and nine times out of ten, you might get snake eyes, but it's not those nine rolls of the dice that matter. It's that tenth roll that counts, because that's the roll you'll hit the jackpot.

Hit that mic and think about it ...



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