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What is the difference between Belief and Trust?

Asked by Jessica , Last updated: May 08, 2021

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J. Rogers

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J. Rogers
J. Rogers, Rosshazlewood, MA, Birmingham

Answered Jul 10, 2020

When you say belief, this means that you believe in something. This may be something that you see or something that you have faith in so you know that in your mind, you know that something is possible. When you say trust, this means that you feel that the person or something is going to be reliable.

When you say belief, this means that you believe in something. This may be something that you see
You feel that the person has the strength to do what you feel that the person can do. For example, when you are in love with someone, you will trust that the person will never leave you. When you say that you believe in someone, this means that you are using your mind. When you trust someone, you are using your heart.

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M. Krasinski

M. Krasinski

M. Krasinski
M. Krasinski, Content Writer, Columbus

Answered Jul 08, 2020

Belief and trust are to words that people often use; even though people use them interchangeably, there are differences between them. Belief is a noun that means acceptances of a statement that is true or something that exists. When you are believing, it is like you are expecting to earn something; belief is just a starting point of trust in which if you don’t belief you can’t trust. Belief is a product of the mind also belief is might only be lip service.

Belief and trust are to words that people often use; even though people use them interchangeably,
Trust is a verb and a noun, which means having a firm belief in the strength, ability, or truth of someone or something. Trust has a greater meaning compared to belief because trust has to be put into action. Trust is the product of the mind and heart. When trusting someone or something, you are surrendering yourself no matter the outcome.

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