NEW STORY: "Falling," by Tuere T.S. Ganges
Everybody has a different measurement for how to trust someone.

CICERO: "Trust no one unless you have eaten much salt with him."

FINLEY PETER DUNNE: "Trust everybody, but cut the cards."

JOHN ADAMS: "There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty."

OSCAR WILDE: "One should never trust a woman who tells her real age. If she tells that, she'll tell anything."

You've got to be able to trust your lady. And you've got to be able to trust your man. Our parents are supposed to prepare us for life by teaching us how to love and trust. Sometimes they have odd ways of doing this.

In Tuere T.S. Ganges new story "Falling," we see how one man has solved the problem of trust in his life, and how he got the problem in the first place. "Falling" is a short, short story. Real short. It will take you about two-and-a-half minutes to read.

That's longer than it takes to lose somebody's trust. IF you aren't careful.

Posted by miracle on Tue, 06 Apr 2010 22:13:42 -0500 -- permanent link

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