Suspicion clouds the mind. It creates rupture among friends. It loses friends. It is a defect not in the heart but in the brain.
Suspicion is the mark of a mean spirit and a base soul. A noble man suspects none. Suspicion hampers business dealings, disposes kings and heads of states to tyranny, and husbands to jealousy and hatred. It poisons true friendship.
Freedom from, suspicion promotes happiness in man. Suspicion is all enemy of happiness. Ignorance is its mother. Attain knowledge, then suspicion will vanish.
If suspicion enters your mind, confidence and love depart. Suspicious thoughts in your mind are like bats among birds.

From "Daily Sayings" by Swami Sivananda (1987-1963). More Informations on Swami Sivananda: on the Website of Divine Life Society, Photographs of Swami Sivananda, German Pages on Swami Sivananda
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