In a crisis, be aware of the danger—but recognize the opportunity - john f kennedy (1917-1963) 35th president of the united states of america dictionarycom defines a crisis as a time of intense difficulty or danger or a time when an important or difficult decision must be made. A simpler variation removes the danger, suggesting that the chinese character (or word) for crisis is the same as that for opportunity (sometimes stated as a proverbial equivalence: the chinese say that crisis is opportunity or in crisis lies opportunity. It does not mean that a crisis is an opportunity (in the positive, up-beat sense) for the person experiencing it -- sir myles na gopaleen (the da) 11:00, 27 september 2006 (utc) kind of like the word risk , which is down-beat in english but doesn't have to be. The opportunity is to be with one in crisis, who is a person having an incredibly intense experience, an experience that is both danger and opportunity written by deborah (whittle)trueheart holistic counselor, consultant, writer, motivational speaker.
The law of the healing crisis correlates with what is called body memory there is no true healing until the trauma remembered by the bodily intelligence is eliminated until the body can relive the trauma fully through the healing crisis and be released from its sleep of enchantment. A global plastic waste crisis is building, with major implications for health and the environment under its so-called national sword policy, china has sharply reduced imports of foreign. Features europe's crisis is cameron's opportunity for the election campaign, and for the negotiations that might follow it, syriza's victory opens some promising vistas. Energy and capital editor keith kohl takes a look into the most devastating crisis in america today and shows readers how some investors are finding solutions to the opioid epidemic.
Crisis and opportunity | aligning the community college presidency with student success much better student outcomes—will require greater investment and a more coherent and collaborative. Arguably the greatest gift we can glean from a crisis is an improvement in our ability to see the next one coming, to prevent it coming if possible, and to lead our organization successfully through that next crisis situation. Surely you've heard this one: the chinese word for crisis (危機, weiji in chinese, kiki in japanese) is composed of the two characters for danger and opportunity this reveals the wise oriental insight that a crisis is an oportunity for progress, an impressive outlook we'd all do well to emu. Choose the right synonym for crisis juncture, exigency, emergency, contingency, pinch, strait (or straits) crisis mean a critical or crucial time or state of affairs juncture stresses the significant concurrence or convergence of events. The migration crisis is not what it seems: the current opportunity of migration to the eu and elsewhere migrants and refugees in the greek island of lesbos file photo: iom/amanda nero.
A crisis can do irreparable damage to an organization, but at the same time it also presents an ideal time to review and renew current processes. The chinese word for crisis the confusion no doubt arises from the fact that jī (機) is a component of the chinese word for opportunity jīhu. Whether this new life stage is an opportunity or crisis is up to us one of the marvelous things about being human is that we can decide what we want to do next. The financial crisis of 2008 was the first opportunity to come up with an alternative to an economic model that clearly wasn't working brexit is the second opportunity there may not be a third. Opinions expressed by forbes contributors are their own i write about leadership, adaptability and high performing teams perspective is a powerful thing the first time i learned the real power.
The flood of middle east refugees to europe represents the biggest mass migration since world war ii this wave also is also exposing many immigrants to a message never heard in their home countries. The crisis had become an opportunity not only was the issue resolved, but also the gospel preached by peter and paul was firmly established as being one and the same (v6) the leaders in jerusalem recognised that paul's apostleship bore all the marks of god-given authority. In every crisis theres an opportunity quotes - 1 god sees your pain he will supply an opportunity he will provide a way bigger and greater than before read more quotes and sayings about in every crisis theres an opportunity.
A constitutional crisis in a major european union member state creates a golden opportunity to reconfigure the democratic governance of regional, national, and european institutions, thereby delivering a defensible, and thus sustainable, eu. The city of cape town is confronting an unprecedented water crisis because of a complex number of factors, including a prolonged drought, the city is facing a complete shutdown of its municipal water distribution the city has already established a day zero, the day when all taps will cease. Second, a weaker real exchange rate is a valuable part of the economic adjustment in real terms, the trade-weighted index is still 12 per cent higher than in early 1993, according to jp morgan. What they mean to say is that an every crisis lies an opportunity, depending on how it is looked at the word crisis comes from the greek to separate, to sift which means to pass judgement, to keep only what is worth while.