To trust in the good of the people. Only see their white part and not the darkness. Not to have compassion for the darkness of the person and so not being evaluating the complexity of the personality. To want to embrace that darkness and be the victim of that part of behavior of the person.
Each person consist of black and white. One has to be empathetic and compassionate of the other person of both parts, to protect yourself and also the other.
Nobody is perfect. A naïve person wants exclusively see the bright part of the personality and become the victim of the dark one. By becoming the victime, she will blame the other instead of taking the responsibilities of her own action.
Observe, feel and embrace the other’s dark part too, to be able to protect and be protected.
Brigitte Burgisser (Fuchs-Kahn)