You're a gentle little bird who sees good in folks whenever there isn't.
People are less inclined to betray you due to your kindness and trust.
Because you trust individuals, they do well. You believe others.
Since you're honest, you expect others to be too. The sole exception is money.
You evaluate each case. You can tell who's trustworthy.
You trust individuals because you expect them to be honorable like you.
They have your trust. Even politicians and reporters are trusted.
Until someone destroys that implicit link, you trust. You trust the outside world less whenever someone lies to you.
The bank employee counts your money. You trusting the server not to spit on your food after complaining about the noodles being undercooked.
You don't trust people anymore. Their "didn't mean it" excuse doesn't work for you. Of course.
People usually tiptoe around you due to your suspicion.
You see how readily individuals lie to be liked rather than disliked. Trusting people seems naïve or juvenile to you.