Visualization of narrower problems
Withdrawal of trust
Distrust blocking support
Lack of confidence
Absence of mutual trust
The belief that a situation, person, action, organization, or even existence intends to do harm or, at the least, to do no good.
1. It is lack of confidence, more than anything else, that kills a civilization. It is the calamitous collision between collapse of confidence in the past (and faith in the future) and the emergence of a monopolistic mass-culture which has brought about the implosion into the present and a universal loss of will, discernment, insight and foresight.

2. Men, and consequently States, are in mortal fear of each other. Each fears that the other harbors plans of conquest and is only waiting for a favorable moment to put these plans into effect. Hence each organizes its own defense and builds up munitions of war as a deterrent against the would-be aggressor. The result is a vast expenditure of human energy and natural resources on projects which are disruptive of human society rather than beneficial to it; while a growing uneasiness gnaws at men's hearts and makes them less responsive to the call of nobler enterprises. The root cause of so much mistrust is the presence of ideological differences between nations, and more especially between their rulers. There are some indeed who go so far as to deny the existence of a moral order which is transcendent, absolute, universal ant equally binding upon all. And where the same law of justice is not adhered to by all, men cannot hope to come to open and full agreement on vital issues. (Papal Encyclical, Mater et Magistra, 15 May 1961).

Doubt [in 11 loops]
Conflict [in 20 loops]
Fear of intimacy [in 7 loops]
Sense of impermanence [in 13 loops]
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems