the trail of a family becoming

Trust amidst Disagreement

Gorbachev on Thatcher:

Why is it that we were able to reach an understanding in the end? I believe one reason is that we gradually developed a personal rapport that became increasingly friendly over the years. Eventually we reached a degree of mutual trust.

Sometimes our outlook might be different, but our common need to look for a way out can bind us and help us build trust with one another. Friendship remains.

[NYTimes: Doing Business With the Iron Lady]