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Sharing what God has given us, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda 
A talk
on the Bhagavad Gita, focusing on karma yoga, restraint, enjoyment and the spirit of sharing.

Banishing the fear of sharing, by Howard Ray Carey
Encouraging words from Rev. Carey, the Bible, & Maitreya which clearly indicate that mankind will be richly blessed, once the principle of sharing is embraced and practiced in both personal and international relations. 

Global Marshall Plan - a planetary contract
by Dunja Müller and Dr. Michael Stöger
An interview with Professor Franz J. Radermacher about how a Global Marshall Plan can eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, as well as create environmental sustainability and international security.

An idea that can bring us together, Interview with Howard Zinn
by Jason Francis

In an interview, author, historian, professor and playwright Howard Zinn discusses the need to promote cooperation, mutual understanding and sharing in solving the world's problems.

When sharing saved the world, by Jeremy Traylen
A reminder of America's finest hour - financing the Marshall Plan, which rebuilt Europe after World War II, and a call for her to once again meet the urgent needs of those starving to death in the developing world. 

Economic injustice and social upheaval: is sharing the answer?,  by Monte Leach 
Benjamin Creme answers questions concerning the relationship between international insecurity and market forces.  


FAQ on Sharing
 

Also see articles in these sections:  

Competition/Cooperation

Homelessness

Hunger and poverty

Social Justice issues
 

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