A Quote by Mevlana Jelalu'ddin Rumi on growth and community

Be with those who help your being.
Don't sit with indifferent people, whose breath
comes cold out of their mouths.

Mevlana Rumi (1207 - 1273)

Source: Ode 2865 trans. Coleman Barks

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on rupert sheldrake, biology, morphic resonance, cell, bioluminescence, network, gariaev, wisdom, wisdom tradition, biological internet, unity, unity consciousness, oneness, community, global, and universal

Biologist Rupert Sheldrake’s Morphic Resonance theory strongly suggests that cellular bioluminescence (which in humans ranges from ultraviolet to infrared) is both personal and transpersonal. In other words, not only is the individual human “networked” with DNA light emitters and receptors; it appears our entire species is morphogenetically networked much like individual cells that form a larger biological entity: humanity. This assertion has been substantiated by the Gariaev group, whose findings liken DNA not just to a holographic biocomputer but to a “biological Internet” that links all human beings. Many native wisdom traditions are based on an equivalent understanding of the universe (human inhabitants included) as a single living being intelligently networked like a biological organism.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 113..114

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A Quote by Marc Benioff on business, community, service, and conscious business

Some people would argue the other side: that the business of business is business, and companies should only be focused on profits. But in today's world, I don't think corporations can only be focused on profits, because they are inextricably linked with the communities that they serve. I do not believe you can be a leader in your industry without being a leader in your community. It's a fundamental shift in how you think about business.

Marc Benioff

Source: On the Record: Marc Benioff:

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A Quote by Thomas J. "Tom" Peters on community and business

Community. A friend started a real estate brokerage a few years ago. By the time she'd added her second employee, she was a pillar of her 35,000-person community. No rule says that only the local banker or car dealer can organize the program to raise supplemental funds for the public library or send the high school band on a well-earned special trip. Participating in community affairs, with time more than dollars, is good business from day one. It gets your name around, adds to your distinctiveness, and, best of all, makes you an attractive employer (which is the key to sustained success).

Tom Peters (1942 -)

Source: The Pursuit of Wow!, Pages: 117

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A Quote by e.f schumacher on community, economics, sustainability, and appropriate technology

What is the meaning of democracy, freedom, human dignity, standard of living, self-realisation, fulfillment? Is it a matter of goods, or of people? Of course it is a matter of people. But people can be themselves only in small comprehensible groups. Therefore we must learn to think in terms of an articulated structure that can cope with the multiplicity of small-scale units. If economic thinking cannot grasp this it is useless. If it cannot go beyond its vast abstractions, the national income, the rate of growth, capital/output ratio, input-output analysis, labour mobility, capital acuumulation; if it cannot get beyond all this and make contact with the human realities of poverty, frustration, alienation, despair, breakdown, crime, escapism, stress, congestion, ugliness, and spiritual death, then let us scrap economics and start afresh.
Are there not indeed enough "signs of the times" to indicate that a new start is needed?

e.f schumacher

Source: Small is Beautiful

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A Quote by Thich Nhat Hanh on community, love, relationship, peacebody, dharma dance, and contact

You have to do it by yourself.  You can not do it alone.

Thich Nhat Hanh

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A Quote by James A. Autry on community, management, leadership, compassion, and economy

Business, like art and science, has been revealed and conceived through the intellect and imagination of people, and it develops or declines because of the intellect and imagination of people.
In fact, there is no business; there are only people. Business exists only *among* people and *for* people.Seems simple enough, and it applies to every aspect of business, but not enough businesspeople seem to get it.Reading the economic forecasts and the indicators and the ratios and the rates for this or that, someone from another planet might actually believe that there really are invisible hands at work in the marketplace.

James Autry

Source: Love and Profit: The Art of Caring Leadership, Pages: 39

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A Quote by Matt Haughey on community and example

Be the best member of your site. Lead by example by participating as much as you can in your own community. This is a good way to attract other well-intentioned members of your site and also reminds everyone a real person is behind it all and building the best community they can for everyone. Speak honestly and be supportive of other members. When I think of all the communities I'm a part of, the ones I love are the ones I see the creators using everyday.

Matt Haughey

Source: fortuitous: Some Community Tips for 2007:

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