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"The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him."
Henry L. Stimson

“A true friend never breaches the trust of his companion or stabs in his back. He is trustworthy and reliable. One should therefore always try to be a true and reliable friend.”
From the Sam Veda

“Make your judgment trustworthy by trusting it”
Grenville Kleiser

“The passions possess a certain injustice and self interest which makes it dangerous to follow them, and in reality we should distrust them even when they appear most trustworthy.”
François de la Rochefoucauld

"Your faithfulness makes you trustworthy to God."
Edwin Louis Cole

“When all is said and done, friendship is the only trustworthy fabric of the affections. So-called love is a delirious inhuman state of mind: when hot it substitutes indulgence for fair play; when cold it is cruel, but friendship is warmth in cold, firm ground in a bog.”
Miles Franklin

"The chief lesson I have learned in a long life is that the only way you can make a man trustworthy is to trust him; and the surest way to make him untrustworthy is to distrust him."
Henry L. Stimson

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Trustworthiness Definition: Able to be trusted or depended on; reliable.

Etymology of 'Trustworthiness'
1791, from trust (n.) + worthy. Trust: c.1200, "reliance on the veracity, integrity, or other virtues of someone or something; religious faith," from Old Norse traust "help, confidence, protection, support," from Proto-Germanic abstract noun *traustam (cf. Old Frisian trast, Dutch troost "comfort, consolation," Old High German trost "trust, fidelity," German Trost "comfort, consolation," Gothic trausti "agreement, alliance"), from PRoto-Germanic *treuwaz-, source of Old English treowian "to believe, trust," and treowe "faithful, trusty".

Positive Suggestions:
"Awaken your natural Trustworthiness"
"Perfect Trustworthiness is within you"
"Allow yourself to feel Trustworthy now"
"Accept Trustworthiness"
"Trust in your Trustworthiness"
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Trustworthy (On My Honor Series Book 1)
by D. W. BoyceSearch for D. W. Boyce

Noah Mansfield and his best bud Titus Bidner have been best friends since birth. They go everywhere and do everything together including Scouts. Noah?s twin, who died at birth, is now telling him his best friend has been seriously injured.
Wait? what? How can that be?
Noah soon learns his twin?s story is true and he begins spending lots of time at the hospital with Titus. Over the next few months Noah will work hard to bolster Titus?s strength and resolve.

Take the journey along with Noah as he struggles with loss, guilt, and all the questions about life. Watch and listen as he determines the true meaning of friendship and loyalty. Book 1, Trustworthy is a heartwarming story for all ages.
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TrustWorthy: New Angles on Trusts from Beneficiaries and Trustees: A Positive Story Project showcasing beneficiaries and trustees
by Hartley Goldstone, Kathy Wiseman
$14.24 new/used

TrustWorthy is a collection of 25 personal -- and positive -- stories told by beneficiaries, trustees and their advisors. The book speaks to the human side of personal trusts, leaving the technical side (legal, tax, investments) to others.

The book's objective? To begin to transform the most complex, conflicted and difficult relationship known under the law -- the "arranged marriage" between beneficiary and trustee -- by supplanting prevailing negative assumptions and behaviors. Readers are given a peek at "what other families do."

Storytellers tackle big questions, for example:

  • How can trusts be used to promote beneficiaries' maturity?
  • What should I look for in a trustee?
  • How can beneficiaries successfully integrate inheritances into their lives?
  • How can trustees, prudently and within legal and other constraints, administer trusts in a way that enhances beneficiaries' lives?
  • How can the widespread dissatisfaction, and all the talk of "problem" beneficiaries and "problem" trustees, give way to more creative and productive relationships?

Hartley Goldstone, J.D. and MBA, delights in being surprised by profound questions, having served families for 30 years at attorney, trustee and planner. Today, he is an accomplished speaker, educator and coach for trustees, inheritors in all stages of life, their families and advisors.

Kathy Wiseman, MBA and faculty at the Bowen Center for the Study of Family systems, assists people with the legacy potential of their family business, foundation and wealth. She educates families and their professionals about the human assets that underlie success for any trust/estate.

Here's what others say about TrustWorthy:

You are about to go on the positive journey that is the ongoing effort of Hartley and Kathy to reengineer the beneficiary/trustee relationship toward its higher functioning...

-From the Foreword to TrustWorthy, by James E. Hughes Jr., author of The Cycle of the Gift and Family Wealth

This is the one book to read this year if you are creating your estate plan, if you are a trustee or a beneficiary, or if you advise families of wealth. You will not think about trusts in the same way again.

-Charles W. Collier, Former Senior Philanthropic Advisor at Harvard University and author of Wealth in Families

TrustWorthy should be required reading not only for trustees and beneficiaries, but also for grantors and trusted family advisors. Hartley and Kathy's decision to use storytelling to reveal the vast potential in the trustee and beneficiary relationship was a stroke of genius. The stories in this book are inspiring and do a great job of demonstrating how trusts can be used not only to transfer financial wealth, but also to transfer legacy from one generation to the next.

-Sara Hamilton, CEO and Founder, Family Office Exchange

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Trustworthy, Eyes Can't See Everything
by Kenwuan MeeksSearch for Kenwuan Meeks
$12.79 new/used

"Trustworthy, Eyes Can't See Everything is set in Atlanta, the heart of the South. Atlanta's nickname "Hot Lanta," refers to more than just its weather. In keeping with that theme, the steamy storyline resolves around a group of characters who are not everything that they seem-in public or even to those who think they know them well-like friends, family, and lovers. It all begins when Karen Hart and Cynthia Livingston decide to seek advice about their relationship from Dr. James Reed, one of the top counselors in the city. Dr. Reed is taken by surprise by these women's sexuality and decides to research his clients. What he does during the research will shock you and what goes on behind the scenes of all the relationships in "Trustworthy, Eyes Cant See Everything," will make us all re-think what we think we know about people we think we know! Its a story of love, hate and betrayal from otherwise "normal" appearing people. Will this hot mess work out in the end? You must read it all to find out!
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Being Trustworthy: A Book About Trustworthiness (Way to Be!)
by Mary SmallSearch for Mary Small
$3.74 new/used

Explains many different ways that children demonstrate trust and be trustworthy.
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Trustworthy Connections: Interpersonal Issues in Spiritual Direction
by Anne Winchell SilverSearch for Anne Winchell Silver
$2.50 new/used

Although God is at the center of the process of spiritual direction, the more readily visible participants are human beings. Like all other people, directors and directees are subject to relationship dynamics. Trustworthy Connections identifies some issues and challenges that can arise in spiritual direction relationships and offers resources for further consideration and reflection. The topics and examples are focused on traditional one?to?one, face?to?face spiritual direction, although some are also relevant to group direction and direction by correspondence. Trustworthy Connections is designed for use as a reference and a springboard for discussion for spiritual directors and anyone else who is interested in spiritual direction. Like the process of spiritual direction itself, this book is about asking questions, discussing ideas, and suggesting alternatives rather than giving advice or getting answers.
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by True Stories By Helen StewartSearch for True Stories By Helen Stewart
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and the baby Jesus as God

but do you know Him?


all that matters is to believe in Jesus

and you go to heaven?right?

Jesus said, "I came that you might know my Father."



Do you feel a tug to move beyond a belief in God

and enter into a living and vibrant relationship

with Him in the power of the Holy Spirit? Trustworthy can serve as your guide and inspiration from attributes of God, scripture and these entertaining and thought provoking stories

of the authors' life.

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The Trustworthy Leader: Leveraging the Power of Trust to Transform Your Organization
by Amy Lyman, Hal Adler
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by Rebecca FischerSearch for Rebecca Fischer

I know you're not the kind who would take advantage of anyone?s trust?

These are the last words Morgan Wills heard her father tell her before they were in a horrific car accident that claimed his life. Haunted by her father?s death, Morgan moves with her mother, Helena, to her mother?s hometown. There she gets a job at the Hotel Marcabi to help her now single mother with their financial needs. Her father?s memory, however, follows Morgan everywhere, and she is unable to escape the burning pain she feels when she remembers him. This causes her to drive a wedge between herself and everybody and everything around her, including her mother. But soon Morgan meets Anthony Halkias, her new school?s star football player, and a friendship forms between them. Morgan slowly opens up to him, something she thought she would never be able to do again. And as she opens up to him, she opens up to others, and soon her life, even without her father, begins to settle down. However, her life takes a turn for the worst once more when a series of robberies break out at the Hotel Marcabi and the guilty finger is pointed to Morgan. Now everyone doesn?t trust her and soon her only friend is Anthony. Morgan once again feels alone, but with the help of her father?s memory and Anthony?s support, she summons the courage to persevere. And most importantly, Morgan learns to trust others, to trust herself, and to trust God.

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Natural Healthcare for Your Child: Trustworthy Information on the Prevention, Causes and Treatment of the Diseases and Ailments Which Are Common...
by Phylis Austin, Agatha Thrash, Calvin Thrash
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This guide is the result of thorough research and years of valuable experience.
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The Trustworthy Redhead (Sedikhan)
by Iris JohansenSearch for Iris Johansen
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen gives readers a sensational story of man who has everything . . . except the trust of the woman he adores.
Billionaire Alex Ben Raschid can?t remember the last time he heard the word ?no.? As Houston?s economic powerhouse and heir to a vast, oil-rich Middle Eastern sheikdom, Alex is used to getting what he wants. And when he lays eyes on Sabrina, the sensuous redhead hired to belly dance for his party, he wants her . . . and immediately sets out to possess her?heart and soul. But it is clear that his virile and arrogant manner will never win him Sabrina?s heart. Could Alex ever be humble enough to sway her?
From an early age, Sabrina Courtney has had to fend for herself. And ever since the man who has always been like a brother to her suffered a medical tragedy, she?s been caring for him, too. Paying the bills with her NoveltyGram job, keeping them both afloat?that?s what matters to the trustworthy redhead. So when Alex begins to ferociously pursue her, Sabrina is unimpressed. She?s certain that the mansion, the Italian sports car, and the smoldering eyes get him everything he wants and more from other women, but Sabrina is not like other women. She cannot even imagine falling for the billionaire?until she does.
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