Building up faith takes time; breaking takes a few secondsIt is not easy to make another person have faith in you; it is easier to shatter, though. We may get acquainted with a person and may even become friends with him, but it takes times to create faith in him, to make him feel that you are believable, you are reliable. Once you realize and understand that he has faith in you, it is very important to ensure that you don't say or do anything that will break that faith. That would be cheating. To keep the faith balanced on a pole of mutual understanding demands you to be true and faithful, to the other person as well as to yourself.
To cite an example, say you are an experienced member of ISC. You keep posting in different sections. Over a period of time, the Admin, the editors and the regular members tend to develop faith in you. The faith that you are bringing up true facts, you are following the guidelines, you are not posting copied contents and so on. Then it becomes imperative that you do not deviate from your path because that would be, to say the least, cheating. You are not only cheating your readers but you are cheating yourself as an author.
What do you have to say about this? Do you think maintaining faith is important in our day to day interactions?