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I understand that those social entrepreneurs, who already strive for certain public causes, will not remain indifferent, and will undertake drastic measure, whenever there is a threat to human life, in the form of emerging crises and challenges.
I think this code phrase to the Evoke Network means that when things get hard, you have to kept on trying and soon you wil realized it's not that hard.
This proverb means that if something is already started, it is easier to finish. If you have to complete a wh*** entire project it is harder then completeing something that has already been started. For example, if someone creates half of a robot, it is easier to finish then starting from scratch.
I think it means if your inspired, it's not hard to achieve your goal.
I think the Ashanti proverb, "Wood already touched by fire is not hard to set alight." means if you have done bad things before you are more accustomed to them, and might fall back on them easier. For example, if someone did something bad, and then are good for a while, if they were tempted again (depending on the circ***tances) they would be more eager to doing the bad thing.
Of course it depends on the bad thing, someone could learn from there experiences to.
I think it means that a subject that has already tried to been solved will be easy to ignite again.
I think that it means that if there is a problem it can spread fast, but it can be very hard to try to come up with a solution let alone actually set it in motion.
I think that the proverb means that if once you fall into a habit, you are likely to fall back into that pattern again. ( Old habits die hard) To continue on a path that has already been made is not a hard thing to do. If you are determined, it is much easier than to do something 1/2 heartedly.
I believe this code phrase means that when something is already started it doesn't take much to keep it going and finish it (what you have started). In this case if you touch wood to fire you don't really have to do anything else to cause it to completely catch on fire. It does the rest on its own.