We all want to live in an honorable society yet are faced with so many things every day that can’t be fully trusted. How much can we believe? Often, people need to fabricate stories for their convenience or for loyalty to someone or something that might not hold our best interest. So many choices we make need discernment about nuances of right and wrong. Can we always satisfy everyone? If not, who gets sacrificed and to what degree is trust broken? Of course there are explicit promises we make but there are so many more implied promises where trust can get lost. Stuart Brody has written a very important book, “The Law of Small Things”, about the challenge of living in truth and the need to build a stronger culture of trust.
These are difficult times when we don’t know who to believe and what to trust. It’s important to develop better discernment tools to find our way. Stuart Brody has written about many of the pitfalls of trust and his book, “The Law of Small Things, Creating a Habit of Integrity In a Culture of Mistrust”, is extremely helpful to find your way through this fragile era.
He enumerates so many ways that our lives have been compromised by the needs of so many who cloud the nature of truth. Tune into this very insightful interview to learn about how to live with more clarity and discernment.