You are being watched. The government has a secret system. A machine that spies on you every hour of every day. He designed the machine to detect acts of terror, but it sees everything…
(Person of Interest)
Welcome to the future. The fear of the ruling parties to loose their power lead us more and more to a controlled world defined by distrust and again… fear.
If you distrust someone, you are filled with with fear since you are facing unknown, unpredictable situations created by the one you distrust. …and it’s all in your mind.
If you can shake off your fear or transform your fear you can start to trust. And trust in someone else connects you to those other people. Trust and connection is accompanied by love.
There are countries – or areas in certain countries – where noone locks his door, since they trust their neighbours, since they know their neighbours. They feel connected. When having the insight that we are all connected and everything will come back to you, it is much easier to create a world of trust and love.
We see authentication in IT-Security not as a distrust to the user, but as an attempt, to know the other one better, to get connected more closely and to create trust.
Opensoure is a great example for trust: Trust into the other developers to take the code and enhance it in a good way. Trust in the abundance of life. There is enough software, there are enough customers and users for each opensource product. Thus an opensource product can trustfully and easily passed on out of full, overflowing hands.
Everything that we give into the world will come back to us.