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April 22, 2010


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Aaron Stern

Noelle - thank you. I love my Cambodian readership! Great point about experiencing unnecessary hurt as a result of trusting too soon. I often see people think they are unloving by not trusting someone. Having healthy boundaries may actually be the most loving thing someone can do - for themselves and the other person.

Justin - thanks. Hopefully the future answers are clear as well.


Great response, Aaron. I think people often can incur more hurt in their lives by not understanding the distinction and opening themselves up to trust again before it is wise or healthy to do so. The Bible often speaks of trusting God with many things and forgiving each other...not the other way around. =)

Justin McNeil

This is great, man. I really like the analogy and how succinct and clear the answer is. I look forward to seeing more of these.

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