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'''Circles of Sharing''' are groups of [[peers|persons]] that voluntarily share anything that can be shared, such as items, work, [[tools]], resources, [[mutual support]], [[:category:love|love]] and life.  
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'''Circles of Sharing''' are groups of [[peers|persons]] that voluntarily share something that can be shared, such as items, work, food, housing, [[tools]], resources, [[mutual support]], financial means, [[:category:love|love]] and life.  
  
 
These circles are likely to have multiple depts and many interconnections. Anyone can be part of different circles while also part of the same one.
 
These circles are likely to have multiple depts and many interconnections. Anyone can be part of different circles while also part of the same one.
  
For something to be a circle of sharing, it doesn't have to be round (at all).
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==Examples==
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An example could be sharing financial resources into a collective pool that can be used for common purposes or specific things such as insurance or investments into the conventional economy. Think of [[community banking]].
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Another example could be housing. A group of people that have access to multiple housing world-wide or in their localities. Members have access to these.
  
 
==Related==
 
==Related==
 
* [[Mutualism]]
 
* [[Mutualism]]
 
* [[Communities]]
 
* [[Communities]]
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[[Category:Other concepts]]
 
[[Category:Other concepts]]
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[[Category:Models]]

Revision as of 20:24, 26 April 2011

Circles of Sharing are groups of persons that voluntarily share something that can be shared, such as items, work, food, housing, tools, resources, mutual support, financial means, love and life.

These circles are likely to have multiple depts and many interconnections. Anyone can be part of different circles while also part of the same one.

Examples

An example could be sharing financial resources into a collective pool that can be used for common purposes or specific things such as insurance or investments into the conventional economy. Think of community banking.

Another example could be housing. A group of people that have access to multiple housing world-wide or in their localities. Members have access to these.

Related