Crisis phrases: aphorisms and funny quotes

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Collection of phrases on the crisis, selected quotes and funny aphorisms, concerning the various types that can affect men within the societies in which they live.


Quotes about the crisis

- The word crisis, written in Chinese, is made up of two characters. One represents danger and the other represents opportunity. (John Fitzgerald Kennedy)

Freedom, as we all know, does not flourish in a country that is always on a war footing, or that is preparing to fight. A permanent crisis justifies control over everything and everyone by the central government. (Aldous Huxley)


- There can be no crisis next week: my agenda is already full. (Henry Kissinger)

- Those who attribute their failures and difficulties to the crisis, violate their own talent and give more value to problems than to solutions. (Albert Einstein)

- Crises and adversities often become an occasion for inner growth. (Isabel Allende)


- The crisis serves as a sort of battering ram to break down the doors of the fortress in which we find ourselves walled. (Christiane Singer)

- The crisis can be a real blessing for every person and every nation, because it is precisely the crisis that brings progress. Creativity arises from anguish, as day arises from dark night. It is in the crisis that inventiveness, discoveries and great strategies are born. (Albert Einstein)

- The harder times are, the more it is the subject that matters, it is the person that matters. (Luigi Giussani)


Aphorisms on the crisis

- Without crisis there are no challenges, without challenges life is a routine, a slow agony. (Albert Einstein)

- Nowadays we are all reduced so badly that the only pleasant things we can afford to offer are compliments. (Oscar Wilde)

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- It is recession when your neighbor loses his job; it's depression when you lose it. (Harry Truman)

- The saints undermine the peace of men. (Chuang Tzu)

- Crisis is that moment when the old dies and the new finds it hard to be born. (Antonio Gramsci)

- Teaching crises are not teaching crises; they are life crisis. A society that doesn't teach is a society that doesn't love itself, that doesn't respect itself; and this is precisely the case with modern society. (Charles Peguy)

- In times like these, it is good to remember that there have always been times like these. (Paul Harvey)

- Rather than a war, it is better to have a big crisis to turn the world upside down a bit, to put it a little on the right path, to make it clear that it is no longer the bag that must govern. (Mario Rigoni Stern)

Phrases about the crisis

- In the crises a social epidemic breaks out which in any other era would have appeared a contradiction: the epidemic of overproduction. (Karl Marx)


- When you've spent half your political life managing monotonous issues like the environment ... it's exciting to have a real crisis in your hands. (Margaret Thatcher)

- It seems that the crisis makes the rich richer and the poorer poorer. I don't see why a crisis should be considered. It has been this since I was a child. (Coluche)

- There is no energy crisis, only a crisis of ignorance.

- Talking about crisis means promoting it; not talking about it means enhancing conformism. Let's try to work hard instead. Let's stop, once and for all, the only threatening crisis is the tragedy of not wanting to fight to overcome it. (Albert Einstein)

- The crisis can be a real blessing for every person and every nation, because it is precisely the crisis that brings progress. Creativity arises from anguish, as day arises from dark night. It is in the crisis that inventiveness, discoveries and great strategies are born. (Albert Einstein)

- The hardness of these times must not make us lose the tenderness of our hearts. (Che Guevara)


- When a crisis is underway, passivity only increases impotence: in the end we find ourselves forced to act precisely on problems and in far less favorable conditions. (Henry Kissinger)

- Investing in advertising in times of crisis is like building wings while others crash. (Steve Jobs)

- It is in crisis that the best of each of us emerges; without crisis any wind becomes a light breeze. (Albert Einstein)

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