A grander view, and reasons to trust

If you ever visit the Grand Canyon in the off-season, as I did one snowy spring morning, you may have moments out on one of the promontories when it's just you and 300 degrees of extraordinary landscape. I remember the feeling—nothing between me and the Colorado River below, except a sturdy railing. I sure wouldn't have leaned over that railing, the canyon floor a mile below, if I didn't trust its strength.

Similarly, we lean on friends for help when experience tells us we can trust their wisdom and confidentiality.

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