SECURITY (ro: SIGURÁN?A), n. 1. freedom from danger, risk, etc.; safety.
5. precautions taken to guard against crime, attack, sabotage, espionage, etc.
6. a department or organization responsible for protection or safety.
Name given to the Romanian secret police (during the communist era)
TRUST (ro: ÎNCRÉDERE) n. 1. reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence.
Source : Dictionary.com; DEX Online
Actually, what is security?
Is it a feeling, a sensation, but ultimately an illusion on which one can feed while trying to face his/her fears? Often sought like a pleasure, other times like a commodity, out of fear, even to hide fear.
Too often people are ready to give up important values for an illusion of security ...
Among such values: freedom, dignity, honesty ...
What is trust?
A rather complicated and apparently contradictory definition is given by the secret services: Trust is the relationship with another person/entity on which one might rely and which has the power to harm you by breaking said relationship/convention between you.
Think about it: you trust your doctor implicitly; his professional ethics require him to keep your medical information confidential. He is also the one person that can take your medical information and make it available to others ...
How "safe" do you feel? This is the starting point. Look around... These surroundings, what kind of feeling inspire?
Let's do a little exercise. A study. Go to the point called
"STUDIU" (N 44° 51.387 E 024° 52.617).
Don't be [too] afraid, go down. Look around. Do you feel safer [more secure]? How much do you trust that which surrounds you?
Go on... Climb... Look around again. Nearby there is... But I'm not saying anything else.
Coboară. Priveşte în jur. Continuă...