May 24, 2011-- Neighbors often share a power washer and lawn mowers. Others co-own cabins and cars. Some pick fruit before it rots and donate it to food banks. Families share pets like horses and dogs. Some even share organs. In a society valuing independence and fearing disagreement, people have found a way to enhance their pocket books and their relationships by sharing what they have. Through sharing arrangements, each family has lightened its footprint, freed up cash and fix-it time, and found confidence in cooperation. They've realized that sharing brought everyone closer together as a collective group, moving from "me" to "we." (3027 reads)
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