How many of us really safeguard secrets?

@cudamani (997)
April 10, 2009 12:47am CST
It is a very difficult task to safeguard secrets. Secrets tend to come out of our tongues in one form or the other when interrogated by others. We have the mind to safeguard them but sadly not for a long time. Some how or other the secrets get revealed to others. Then we repent. Were you in such a situation before? Did you repent after disclosing secrets?
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5 responses
• Pakistan
10 Apr 09
secret could not be called secret if it is told to some one. secret is some thing very important and sensitive. It need special care. we should not tell it to those who could not safeguard it. The weak and much more talking people could not save the secret. I am not weak in this respect and I think that I am better than those who could not protect their secrets.
@ktosea (2026)
• China
10 Apr 09
If I was supposed to keep the secrets,then I will keep it secretly with anyone else knowing,I don't feel comfortable either for keeping secrets but I will not let it revealed from me.
@Shula101 (268)
• New Zealand
10 Apr 09
Ive always kept secrets and i have never ever made any mentions to them. I wont even explain a secret here. How can you believe me? I also have never broken a promise.
@flyrock (58)
• China
10 Apr 09
If you tell the story to the tree,donnot be angry that the tree tells the story to the wind.It's interesting to safeguard secret,try to protect it,through practice we may more mature.
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
10 Apr 09
If you are told of a secret it should be kept as a secret.How can one trust you if you can't