You think it’s a good idea to help someone out,
to help friends stay together..
So she wasn’t the first choice; it was a nice thing to do,
and she was thankful, for a little while,
but then she grabbed at other opportunities,
shunned the faith entrusted in her.
And in a desperate time,
abandoned the team.
I didn’t want her back. Disloyalty is the greatest wrong.
To accept responsibility and then on a whim to leave,
throws trust back at the giver, laughs at them.
But she returned, and slowly trust was growing,
but here we are again.
Repeating the story.
It’s simply a lack of integrity when your commitments
mean nothing. We are to train our students in ‘soft skills’
for the new workforce. Here’s an important one:
be reliably trustworthy.
If you demonstrate a lack of commitment,
you will never get a good recommendation,
because no one will be committed to you.
It’s hard to earn trust and too easy to destroy it.
Once your lack of honour has been displayed,
you wear it like a beacon that declares: