Work Together

“There are big problems that change the world. If we are working together, that will make us understand each other, appreciate each other, help each other.”

~ Jack Ma
Les Vignes Rouges by Vincent van Gogh

More on working together:

“The lessons from the peace process are clear; whatever life throws at us, our individual responses will be all the stronger for working together and sharing the load.”
~ Queen Elizabeth II

“We need to make sure we’re all working together to change mindsets, to change attitudes, and to fight against the bad habits that we have as a society.”
~ Justin Trudeau

“I just feel like everyone should be working together and congratulating, be big upping each other instead of getting in they feelings and being jealous at younger cats.”
~ Rich the Kid

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Together      /təˈɡeT͟Hər/

adverb
1- with or in proximity to another person or people. “together they climbed the dark stairs”
2- into companionship or close association. “the experience has brought us together”

adjective (informal)
self-confident, level-headed, or well organized. “she seems a very together young woman”

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