As kids or adults, the trust game revolves around standing upon a ledge with others behind you, and you fold your arms, close your eyes, and fall backwards, trusting those behind you will catch you with many interlocking arms and hands making a brace for your body so you don't hit the ground.
Can you put your trust in so many others to do the right thing by you?
Not much different to putting your trust in anything anyone has ever written or told you that you believed and took on as fact...unless you have only ever needed your own estimations of things in order to know what is real and what is not, but then you would have had to experience a heck of a lot in order to be well grounded in your life and what existence is...what the universe is...and what sciences actually reveal that extends what religions and beliefs reveal.
Translation about things is still the key here...do you translate the encouragement from others to fall back and be carried as being real? Or do you translate they are full of it and will let you fall?
I could take you on a roundabout journey to make you believe you are upon a cliff-edge when you are actually on a kerb, and make you believe that one false step will be fatal when in fact, just a short step will have you not very much different than where you were before...all that will happen is your heart will catch in your throat as you believe all is lost. Hmm...I do believe that's all I've been doing for the past years lol...and you think I've got you at the edge of a cliff lol
Yeah, don't trust me...I play too many games with things...I'm not even sure if I am 6 inches above the ground or 60 feet, as it is all water below for me, and somehow I land feet first nearly every time. Other times just knocks the wind out for a little while...