Trust is one of the few fundamental forces that bind mankind. It is a firm reliance on someone’s abilities, character, or strength. It is the very essence of cordial relationships. The importance of trust cannot be undermined. In the absence of it, the entire society can be polarized. Trust can neither be bought in supermarkets nor feigned. It is earned. It permits people to live and work in unity, feel associated, and be safe. It engenders communities to flourish and social differences to be trivial. Trust is hard to express, but when it is lost, we become uncertain and un-supportive of the traitor. We no longer identify with them. On the other side, in presence of trust, one can dedicate one’s potential, energy, and strength towards the relationship or group. When there is transparency in relations, things go well, otherwise, they are in jeopardy. When a person feels vulnerable, he can share his concerns with those he trusts and feel rejuvenated. People usually limit their involvement and enthusiasm when trust is restrained. In contrast, when the level of trust is high, colleagues contribute wholeheartedly. They even feel assured that their grievances will be redressed by their fellows. Hence, trust fosters satisfaction and pacification. A leader should gather trust by sharing crucial information with his subordinates, encouraging them to formulate plans, and considering their feelings. Trust ensures support and fidelity. Usually, people are unwilling to reinvest in broken relationships. They prefer letting the bygones be bygones. Some amount of trust is still required to discuss its lack and restore it lest the relations should become more distant. When the loss of trust remains unaddressed, relations become acrider. It takes an entire life to cultivate a reputation, but the only fraction of a second to lose it. Since trust is the building block of any professional or personal relationship, how do we rebuild trust when it gets tarnished? A person, who abides by the rules and performs his commitments, encourages trust. People might assume the worst and become hostile when they are not involved in development. Hence, the leaders must keep all their discussions open and work in favor of their team. Even though a person is an altruist, he might not be competent to perform a task. This leads to an insecurity among teammates about the results. It takes a lot of courage for someone to initiate a conversation to restore trust. We might start seeing things from a renewed perspective when we discuss our concerns with others. This heals the endangered trust.