We do need to trust a few people to lead a meaningful and successful life in this wonderful world. Do we know whom to trust and whom not to? When Alexander the Great went with his huge army to conquer Persia, he unfortunately, took ill with a viral fever. His doctors could not diagnose the new type of virus and therefore did not know how to treat him. His chief doctor finally came with an idea. He suggested to seek the help of the palace doctor of Persia as it was a regional disease .All were against this idea as they thought that the Persian king might take this opportunity to kill Alexander by adding poison in the medicine. Nevertheless, Alexander decided to seek the help of the enemy king of Persia. He knew that the Persian king was a good person and ruled his kingdom with justice. The Persian king accepted to help Alexander and sent his palace doctor to attend to him. When the doctor gave Alexander the medicine he took it without the slightest hesitation. He got well, won the war, and conquered Persia in the end. He knew whom to trust and that is why he came to be known as Alexander the Great. I see many people trust whom who they should not and do not trust whom they should. It is indeed an art to assess the right person whom we should trust. Therefore, dear friends learn to trust the right persons.