This quote basiacally means if you have no one to fall back/trust with everything during bad times life will be "hell"
and if you do have someone to fall back on and who is there to support you everything will turn out to be ok?
I believe it means that if you do have someone to fall back on then things won't be so hectic in life because you will have someone there to support you and help you.
It's not just trust, but love. If you only love yourself, it's hell. If you stop being selfish and truly love others, your redeem yourself. Nice quote.
Close, but "no cigar".
Hell is being isolated in one's feelings, emotions, and alone in one's experiences. This goes for both positive and negative things. And both your own feelings being unexpressed for the benefit or support of another, and anothers' feelings being unfelt for your support or shared pleasure.
Strong interpersonal connections are believed by many to enhance the intensity of life multifold.
Philosophical sayings are rarely one-sided; they are often complex in their implications.
Only thinking of yourself in everything can cause your life to be a very unpleasant one.
Loving another and caring for their needs -- not just your own--keeps you from falling into that hole of selfishness and brings meaning to your life.
....that's what I get out of the quote.
*side thought -- same meaning...basically*
"There is more joy in giving than in receiving."
i think you are right. i'd say it like this:
Your life will be hell unless you have care, love and true trust in someone else.
It talks about the importance of having a relationship with another. That if you never saw another human being that your life would be hell. This doesn't mean that couldn't be just a friend though. I hope this helped. (by the way i'm only 11. that suprises most people.)
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