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“I’m not to get too friendly with anyone. My husband does not believe in it.” “People are too gossipy and they could get us in a lot of trouble.” “It is best to mind your own business.” The statement above all show that many adults do not want to become involved in any friendship or relationships at all with most of people. They strictly limit themselves to one or two friends, and no more. However, it will be a disaster if most of citizens hold this thought. It will generate a society even without help and trust. We people need to get more trust on and more contact with others, strangers included. The city street trust is formed over time from many, many little public sidewalk contacts. It grows out of people stopping by at the bar for a beer, getting advice from the grocer and giving advice to the newsstand man, comparing opinions with other customers at the bakery and nodding hello to the two boys drinking pop on the stoop, eying the girls while waiting to be called for dinner, admonishing the children,
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course MATHEMATIC Math 101 taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '10 term at Central GA Tech.

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