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Across the world millions of people lose trust for one another everyday Usually trust is broken by people we do not know Yet people can also be betrayed by someone close such as a friend or family member When ones trust is betrayed by a friend or family member they will be devastated Should one lend his trust just to have it shattered People should never trust their family because their hearts will undoubtedly be broken Everybody lies even family Hanan al-Shaykh shows an example of this in her story The Persian Carpet In the story the mother of a girl divorces her husband Before she moves out she steals one of the familys most valuable possessions a carpet but she blames an old blind person for stealing it About a month later when the daughter visits her mother she notices the carpet in her living room The daughter is astonished and heart broken I looked down at the Persian carpet trembling with burning rage al-Shaykh 2 The daughter could not believe her mother lied to her The mothers act changed her relationship with her daughter forever Before the daughter found out she had been lied to she wanted to see her mother more than anything However afterwards she says I wished the moment of meeting my mother could be undone al-Shaykh 2 She wished she had never seen her mother again Because of the trust in her mother she must now suffer Children should always be ready to be betrayed by their parents so they are not devastated when it happens The Button by Mahdokht Kashkuli describes a child who was sent away and grief stricken because he trusted his parents to nurture him In the story the childs father sends him to an orphanage so he can support the rest of his family The family needed one less mouth to feed The boy said to himself in the story why are they going
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