Resource Sharing Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Resource Sharing Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Resource Sharing Sayings By Bryant McGill: We must share! Sharing IS caring. Share everything: every idea, every resource, every story, every We must share! Sharing IS caring. Share everything: every idea, every resource, every story, every gift, every worry and every burden. Share yourself. — Bryant McGill
Resource Sharing Sayings By Michael Harris: When we grip our phones and tablets, we're holding the kind of information resource that When we grip our phones and tablets, we're holding the kind of information resource that governments would have killed for just a generation ago. And is it that experience of everyday information miracles, perhaps, that makes us all feel as though our own opinions are so worth sharing? After all, aren't we - in an abstracted sense, at least - just as smart as everyone else in the room, as long as we're sharing the same Wi-Fi connection? And therefore (goes the bullish leap in thinking) aren't my opinions just as worthy of trumpeting? — Michael Harris
Resource Sharing Sayings By Sebastian Junger: It's revealing, then, to look at modern society through the prism of more than a It's revealing, then, to look at modern society through the prism of more than a million years of human cooperation and resource sharing. Subsistence-level hunters aren't necessarily more moral than other people; they just can't get away with selfish behavior because they live in small groups where almost everything is open to scrutiny. — Sebastian Junger
Resource Sharing Sayings By Guy Standing: It is a sad irony that many countries possessing natural resources with high income potential It is a sad irony that many countries possessing natural resources with high income potential have floundered into civil strife as factions compete for their share of the bounty, often monopolized by despotic leaders. Sharing the resource wealth across the country is one suggested way to defuse the threat of political conflict, usually by transferring part of the earnings to local area governments and, in particular, to the area where the natural resource is exploited, be it oil, diamonds or other minerals. In some cases, this fiscal devolution route has limited the conflict, if the amount transferred is large enough. However, in others it has triggered conflict by giving local dissidents the means to pay for insurrection.57 It turns out that the optimum way to defuse or prevent potential conflict is to pay direct cash transfers to all individuals, which would make it much more difficult for secessionist movements or local political parties to appropriate the resources. — Guy Standing
Resource Sharing Sayings By Colin Meloy: It's hard for us to talk about how we disdain file-sharing when in fact it It's hard for us to talk about how we disdain file-sharing when in fact it probably has been a great resource for us. — Colin Meloy
Resource Sharing Sayings By Rex Hunt: Because each are going to blame each other. The thing that Canberra has to really Because each are going to blame each other. The thing that Canberra has to really get right is the sharing of the resource. But my problem with people in the government who are there for a short time is that there's no consequences for some of these decisions they make. — Rex Hunt
Resource Sharing Sayings By Randy Alcorn: If economic catastrophe does come, will it be a time that draws Christians together to If economic catastrophe does come, will it be a time that draws Christians together to share every resource we have, or will it drive us apart to hide in our own basements or mountain retreats, guarding at gunpoint our private stores from others? If we faithfully use our assets for his kingdom now, rather than hoarding them, can't we trust our faithful God to provide for us then? — Randy Alcorn