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Kilmann Conflict quotes by Frank Herbert
#1. The stakes in conflict do not change. Battle determines who will control the wealth or its equivalent. #Quote by Frank Herbert
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Raveen Paudel
#2. People define you; analyze you by their own way. They see you; react at you under the best of their perception and cognition. Why people can't accept anyone's existence as a distinct entity? Is this due to the lack of good discernment? Or it is the direct underestimation of individuality? Maybe the acceptance of anyone's intuitive understanding of the eternal conflict between inconsistency and compatibility. #Quote by Raveen Paudel
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Blaise Pascal
#3. The war existing between the senses and reason. #Quote by Blaise Pascal
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Radhanath Swami
#4. If our mind is in conflict, not balanced with our body and with the needs of the soul, then there is a fundamental disunity in our life. Only if we have unity within ourselves, we can create unity in the world around us. You can't give something you don't have, even if you have all good intentions #Quote by Radhanath Swami
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Isabel Briggs Myers
#5. In any marriage, a type difference may at times produce an outright conflict [...] When this happens [...] One or both can assume that it is wrong of the other to be different - and be righteously indignant [...] They can assume that it is wrong of themselves to be different - and be depressed [...] Or they can acknowledge that each is justifiably and interestingly different from the other - and be amused. #Quote by Isabel Briggs Myers
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Kevin DeYoung
#6. Fueling all of our conflict against Satan is prayer: we are to pray "at all times in the Spirit" for the promotion and success of the gospel (Eph. 6:18). We need to pray, as 1 Thessalonians 5:17 also teaches, "without ceasing. #Quote by Kevin DeYoung
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Greg Graffin
#7. Creativity is a challenge. It requires us to be fully human
autonomous yet engaged, independent yet interdependent. Creativity bridges the conflict between our individualistic and our sociality. It celebrates the commonality of our species while simultaneously setting us apart as unique individuals. #Quote by Greg Graffin
Kilmann Conflict quotes by The Arbinger Institute
#8. Have you ever been in a conflict with someone who thought he was wrong. If you are not wrong, then you will be willing to consider how you might be mistaken. #Quote by The Arbinger Institute
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Erich Fromm
#9. Conditions for creativity are to be puzzled, to concentrate, to accept conflict and tension, to be born every day, to feel a sense of self. #Quote by Erich Fromm
Kilmann Conflict quotes by G. Willow Wilson
#10. An ambitious, surreal tale of the love between a young Arab girl sold into marriage and the orphan boy she adopts, 'Habibi' spans multiple eras of conflict and change, stretching the lifetimes of its two protagonists over many centuries. #Quote by G. Willow Wilson
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Howard Zehr
#11. Concrete, Steel & Paint portrays the core values of restorative justice-respect, responsibility and relationships-expressed through art. it is art that involves victims, offenders and communities in a dialogue that is sometimes difficult and painful, sometimes reconciling, but always engaging. As one prisoner says in the film, 'We have come together collectively through art.' It will be a great discussion tool for college classes, community groups and others interested in issues of justice, community-building, conflict resolution and socially-engaged art. #Quote by Howard Zehr
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Adam S. McHugh
#12. When introverts are in conflict with each other ... it may require a map in order to follow all the silences, nonverbal cues and passive-aggressive behaviors! #Quote by Adam S. McHugh
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Philip Cushman
#13. The self is configured in ways that both reflect and influence the very foundations of social life and everyday living. Without the guidance set by a particular set of ideas about what it means to be human, political conflict would be impossible. The shape of the self in a particular era indicates which goals individuals are supposed to strive toward, and how individuals are to comport themselves while striving; it indicates what is worthwhile, who is worthwhile, and which institutions determine worthwhileness. In other words, the self emerges out of a moral dialogue that sets the stage for all other political struggles. Once the self is set, the rest of the struggles begin to appear in the clearing: they materialize. #Quote by Philip Cushman
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Robert Dallek
#14. As for Vietnam, what matters is that Kennedy successfully resisted pressure to send anything more than military advisers, a stance that was a likely prelude to complete withdrawal from the conflict. There is solid evidence of his eagerness to end America's military role in that country's civil war. #Quote by Robert Dallek
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Charles F. Glassman
#15. What we hear and see through the filter of bias becomes our truth, while planting the seeds of conflict. #Quote by Charles F. Glassman
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Henry Cloud
#16. So if you feel resistance about executing a certain ending, figure out what two or more desires are in conflict, admit to yourself that you can have only one, and then ask yourself this question: Which one am I willing to give up to have the other one? #Quote by Henry Cloud
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Simone Weil
#17. Petroleum is a more likely cause of international conflict than wheat. #Quote by Simone Weil
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Ashleigh Brilliant
#18. Tell me again how much you agree with me. #Quote by Ashleigh Brilliant
Kilmann Conflict quotes by James Burnham
#19. Armaments do not, generally speaking, cause wars. This notion, the logical crux of all arguments in favor of disarmament, turns the causal relationship upside down. Actually, it is wars, or conflicts threatening war, that cause armaments, not the reverse. #Quote by James Burnham
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Robert Dallek
#20. The CIA's official history of the Bay of Pigs operation is filled with dramatic and harrowing details that not only lay bare the strategic, logistical, and political problems that doomed the invasion, but also how the still-green President John F. Kennedy scrambled to keep the U.S. from entering into a full conflict with Cuba. #Quote by Robert Dallek
Kilmann Conflict quotes by William Kirby
#21. You could argue that war is always an irrational act, and yet many states enter into military conflict out of rational calculation or national interest or the stability or longevity of their regime. #Quote by William Kirby
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Susan Cain
#22. Anyone can be a great negotiator, I told them, and in fact it often pays to be quiet and gracious, to listen more than talk, and to have an instinct for harmony rather than conflict. With this style, you can take aggressive positions without inflaming your counterpart's ego. And by listening, you can learn what's truly motivating the person you're negotiating with and come up with creative solutions that satisfy both parties. #Quote by Susan Cain
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Pierre Boulle
#23. The moon, the serene moon, was creating a conflict of opinion in America almost as violent as the racial problem. #Quote by Pierre Boulle
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Elizabeth Gilbert
#24. When I was nineteen years old, I discovered a collection of books in the Harvard library written by Jacob Boehme. Do you know of him?"
Naturally she knew of him. She had her own copies of these works in the White Acre library. She had read Boehme, though she never admired him. Jacob Boehme was a sixteenth-century cobbler from Germany who had mystical visions about plants. Many people considered him an early botanist. Alma's mother, on the other hand, had considered him a cesspool of residual medieval superstition. So there was considerable conflict of opinion surrounding Jacob Boehme.
The old cobbler had believed in something he called "the signature of all things"- namely, that God had hidden clues for humanity's betterment inside the design of every flower, leaf, fruit, and tree on earth. All the natural world was a divine code, Boehme claimed, containing proof of our Creator's love. That is why so many medicinal plants resembled the diseases they were meant to cure, or the organs they were able to treat. Basil, with its liver-shaped leaves, is the obvious ministration for ailments of the liver. The celandine herb, which produces a yellow sap, can be used to treat the yellow discoloration brought on by jaundice. Walnuts, shaped like brains, are helpful for headaches. Coltsfoot, which grows near cold streams, can cure the coughs and chills brought on by immersion in ice water. 'Polygonum,' with its spattering of blood-red markings on the leaves, cures bleeding woun #Quote by Elizabeth Gilbert
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
#25. Have you ever heard of a woman bloody dictator or tyrant? I think not. If there were more women in power, I think we would have more harmony, more engagement and less suffering and less conflict. #Quote by Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Joe Lieberman
#26. Community means engaging constructively with like-minded nations to build strong, sustaining institutions and alliances - and bringing emerging powers into this community so future conflict becomes less likely. #Quote by Joe Lieberman
Kilmann Conflict quotes by David Foster Wallace
#27. You want your art to be hip and seem cool to people, but a great deal of what passes for hip or cool is now highly commercially driven. And some if it is important art. I think 'The Simpsons' is important art. On the other hand, it's also, in my opinion, relentlessly corrosive to the soul and everything is parodied and everything is ridiculous. Maybe I'm old but for my part I can be steeped in about an hour of it and then I have to walk away and look at a flower.
If there's something to be talked about, that thing is this weird conflict between what my girlfriend calls the 'inner sap,' the part of us that can really wholeheartedly weep at stuff and the part of us that has to live in a world of smart, jaded, sophisticated people and wants very much to be taken seriously by those people. #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Saleem Haddad
#28. But in the midst of this decaying, burning city, there are pockets of hope. It can be found in the tiny dark rooms in underground bars, where women with short hair cheer on men in dresses. It can be felt in abandoned cinemas where anonymous strangers fall in love if only for a few moments, and in the living rooms where families crowd around, drinking sweet black tea and Skyping their homesick relatives so that together they can watch the long, rambling talk shows that go on all night. #Quote by Saleem Haddad
Kilmann Conflict quotes by B.F. Skinner
#29. Each of us has interests which conflict the interests of everybody else ... 'everybody else' we call 'society'. It's a powerful opponent and it always wins. Oh, here and there an individual prevails for a while and gets what he wants. Sometimes he storms the culture of a society and changes it to his own advantage. But society wins in the long run, for it has the advantage of numbers and of age. #Quote by B.F. Skinner
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Ralph Ellison
#30. Every serious novel is, beyond its immediate thematic preoccupations, a discussion of the craft, a conquest of the form, a conflict with its difficulties and a pursuit of its felicities and beauty. #Quote by Ralph Ellison
Kilmann Conflict quotes by H.G.Wells
#31. Modern war, modern international hostility is, I believe, possible only through the stupid illiteracy of the mass of men and the conceit and intellectual indolence of rulers and those who feed the public mind. #Quote by H.G.Wells
Kilmann Conflict quotes by George Blagden
#32. I've worked a lot of historical stuff back in Sweden and there's always conflict with horses. I get a bit paranoid when I'm on them, and they can sense that and they get a bit paranoid. It ends up in this bad spiral where I don't want to be on them, and they don't want me on their backs. #Quote by George Blagden
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Peter Mandelson
#33. They want to derail peace because they want to plunge Northern Ireland back into armed conflict. #Quote by Peter Mandelson
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Teresa Tsimmu Martino
#34. Writing about the futility of trying to force a wolf into a vehicle, Martino describes the final stage of the conflict. The italics are hers:

"But if I continue, perhaps muttering 'Get up you lazy old dusty thing,' The wolf grabs my arm in his teeth, snarling, as if to say, Look, move me where I don't want to go, and we're going to have problems. Your problems will be bigger than mine. He then looks at me with a frank arresting stare, the strength of the mountain rumbling in his eyes. #Quote by Teresa Tsimmu Martino
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Lemony Snicket
#35. People aren't either wicked or noble. They're like chef's salads, with good things and bad things chopped and mixed together in a vinaigrette of confusion and conflict. #Quote by Lemony Snicket
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Wendell Berry
#36. Because by definition they lack any such sense of mutuality or wholeness, our specializations subsist on conflict with one another. The rule is never to cooperate, but rather to follow one's own interest as far as possible. Checks and balances are all applied externally, by opposition, never by self-restraint. Labor, management, the military, the government, etc., never forbear until their excesses arouse enough opposition to force them to do so. The good of the whole of Creation, the world and all its creatures together, is never a consideration because it is never thought of; our culture now simply lacks the means for thinking of it.

It is for this reason that none of our basic problems is ever solved. Indeed, it is for this reason that our basic problems are getting worse. The specialists are profiting too well from the symptoms, evidently, to be concerned about cures -- just as the myth of imminent cure (by some 'breakthrough' of science or technology) is so lucrative and all-justifying as to foreclose any possibility of an interest in prevention. The problems thus become the stock in trade of specialists. The so-called professions survive by endlessly "processing" and talking about problems that they have neither the will nor the competence to solve. The doctor who is interested in disease but not in health is clearly in the same category with the conservationist who invests in the destruction of what he otherwise intends to preserve. The both have the comfort #Quote by Wendell Berry
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Ulrich Beck
#37. In all previously existing democracies, there have been two types of authority: one coming from the people and the other coming from the enemy. Enemy stereotypes empower. Enemy stereotypes have the highest conflict priority. They make it possible to cover up and force together all the other social antitheses. One could say that enemy stereotypes constitute an alternative energy source for consensus, a raw material becoming scarce with the development of modernity. They grant exemption from democracy by its own consent [143]. #Quote by Ulrich Beck
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Roy M Oswald
#38. In short, a spiritual teacher needs to inject conflict into a disciple's life. Without conflict, we remain at levels of immaturity and don't grow spiritually. The conflict is likely asking us the question, "When are you going to grow up?" Jesus was consistently challenging his disciples by confronting them with their levels of immaturity. Within congregational life, there needs to be a kind of psychological contract between pastor and people that "sometimes I'm going to make you quite uncomfortable in my sermons and in my personal conversations with you." We should not accept spiritual messages that just always make us feel good about ourselves - a feel-good gospel. That is going to keep us stuck at immature levels of self-insight. In order for congregations to grow, both numerically and spiritually, we will need to experience conflict at all levels of congregational life. #Quote by Roy M Oswald
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Emile M. Cioran
#39. Truths begin by a conflict with the police - and end by calling them in. #Quote by Emile M. Cioran
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Joseph Wood Krutch
#40. What a man knows is everywhere at war with what he wants. #Quote by Joseph Wood Krutch
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Paul Johnson
#41. The richness and variety, and indeed the advance, of our culture depend upon the continuation of this conflict [between conservatives and radicals], which is deeply rooted in human nature. #Quote by Paul Johnson
Kilmann Conflict quotes by Doris Kearns Goodwin
#42. American troops stationed in the Philippines suppressed the native uprising that had followed the treaty. Known as the Philippine Insurrection, that conflict had erupted when the Filipinos learned, after decades of fighting for independence, that they had been betrayed into exchanging the rule of Spain for American occupation. With 35,000 additional troops authorized by Congress, Roosevelt projected that within two years the rebellion would be crushed, a necessary step before the United States could execute its avowedly beneficent intentions. #Quote by Doris Kearns Goodwin

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