The other day a key at work was mislaid. I asked the boss. He asked me back. We sorted it out. But the situation begged a bigger question regarding the money, believing me and trust.
"Can I trust you with my money?"
My answer was silence. I handle all the money. All the payments. All the checks. Everything. All that day, eye brows raised. Questions and inferences flew.
I was raised by my parents to not touch (take) anything that does not belong to me. Period. But I could not tell the boss, yes you can trust me. For it is his job to be vigilant and it's my karma to be honest.
Actions speak louder than words.
jeff noel writes: Live so that when someone says something negative about you, nobody believes it.
That is my goal.