be·tray ( P ) (b-tr)tr.v. be·trayed, be·tray·ing, be·trays
1. To give aid or information to an enemy of; commit treason against: betray one's country.
2. To deliver into the hands of an enemy in violation of a trust or allegiance: betrayed Christ to the Romans.
3. To be false or disloyal to: betrayed their cause; betray one's better nature.
4. To divulge in a breach of confidence: betray a secret.
5. To make known unintentionally: Her hollow laugh betrayed her contempt for the idea.
6. To reveal against one's desire or will.
7. To lead astray; deceive.
If you say that you are a persons friend, why is it so hard to keep private matters in confidence? I mean friendship always comes with a certain amount of TRUST. I have friends that have willingly placed their lives on the line for me, and i for them.
who can really be trusted???
Can you? i mean really
Something to ponder...