72. Shari Wright Pilo

Digital Marketing Consultant | Lecturer


Shari Wright Pilo
What it means?

The act of giving away material things, knowledge, skills, experiences, or time to others. It is a fundamental value that fosters stronger relationships, instills trust, and creates a sense of community.

Why it matters?

Sharing is important for society because it promotes a magnanimous spirit that is mutually beneficial for all parties involved. It builds a global community where we can learn from each other, recognize the needs of those around us, and demonstrate our eagerness to offer a helping hand. When we share our knowledge and expertise, we empower others to succeed and achieve their goals. By equipping others with the requisite tools for success, we can make the world a more compassionate and caring place for all.
The words of Maimonides, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime,” ring true when it comes to the importance of sharing.

How can we promote it?

To see more sharing in society, we can create more opportunities for people to connect and share their expertise. This can be achieved through volunteering, creating communities, or simply making time to listen and connect with others.