Managing Trust Deficit

Trust Deficit

A firm belief that someone or something is reliable, honest, effective, etc. is called trust. Trust has two dimensions – human as well as non-human. At human level, trust means to believe that somebody is good, sincere, honest, responsible, etc. and will not try to harm or trick you. At non-human level, trust means to believe that something is genuine, efficient, dependable, etc. and will not work faultily. Trust deficit means deficiency in trustworthiness of someone/something.

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MORALE – Conceptual Perspective

Human personality is the combination of three basic entities, i.e., body, mind and soul. Mind is endowed, naturally, with multiple intelligences. The prominent intelligences are Perceptual Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, and Intentional Intelligence. The very basis of perceptual intelligence is intellect, while the sentiments and intentions are the foundation stones of emotional and Intentional intelligences, respectively.The growth and development of these

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Fifth Step to Effective Family Unity: Spiritual Efforts

 

Spiritual Efforts:

The efforts through which soul serenity is enhanced refer to as spiritual efforts. Just like a body, each family unit has a separate soul. The purity/impurity of any family depends on its soul. Therefore, family members should partake in spiritual endeavors to gain purity. Generally, purity in a family means the moral improvement of members. A few family-soul purification efforts are reinvigorating/initiating targets, meditating and praying together, discussing inspirational literature or sacred revelations, and promoting religious rituals.

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Greed: Good or Bad? Featured on TeenInk

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Some say, greed is the source of encouragement and motivation, so it is good. But, at the same time, it is an aftereffect of pride and vanity; as a result, it is obviously bad. But how can greed be both, simultaneously? Find the answer to this dilemma here:

Greed: Good or Bad?