Best 61 of Conflict resolution quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Patrick Lencioni

I don’t think anyone ever gets completely used to conflict. If it’s not a little uncomfortable, then it’s not real. The key is to keep doing it anyway

By Anonym 18 Sep

William Keepin

Reconciliation is a step beyond the domain of conflict resolution, which, as traditionally defined and practiced, is coming to be viewed as inadequate for creating true healing, harmony, and effective community in arenas where they has been long-standing conflict.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Fawn Weaver

Bonnie and Jerry told me they never run away fro disagreements. They face each one head-on. "By holding it in, you'll begin to slowly form a negative opinion of each other," Bonnie reasoned, "which means you can't work out what the disagreement is.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

If you see a leader solving one conflict wisely, remember he is working hard to prevent 10 of such from happening!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Roger Williams

That our selves and all men are apt and prone to differ it is no new Thing in all former Ages in all parts of this World in these parts and in our deare native Countrey and mournfull state of England. That either part of partie is most right in his owne eye his Cause Right his Cariage Right, his Argumts Right his Answeres Right is as woefully and constantly true as the former. And experience tells us that when the God of peace hath taken peace from the Earth one sparke of Action word or Cariage is too too powrefull to kindle such a fire as burns up Families Townes Cities Armies, Navies Nations and Kingdomes. [Letter of Roger Williams to Town of Providence, March 28, 1648]

By Anonym 15 Sep

Drexel Deal

As parents one of the biggest jobs we have, is teaching our children how to resolve problems effectively. We live in an era where everyone is quick to act the fool over simple issues. As we used to say when I was on the streets, ‘everybody wants to cut a movie’.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Oscar Auliq-ice

Where there’s confusion, Stick with the tools that work for you and not those that don't.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ayn Rand

The man who refuses to judge, who neither agrees nor disagrees, who declares that there are no absolutes and believes that he escapes responsibility, is the man responsible for all the blood that is now spilled in the world. Reality is an absolute, existence is an absolute, a speck of dust is an absolute and so is a human life. Whether you live or die is an absolute. Whether you have a piece of bread or not, is an absolute. Whether you eat your bread or see it vanish into a looter's stomach, is an absolute. There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil. The man who is wrong still retains some respect for truth, if only by accepting the responsibility of choice. But the man in the middle is the knave who blanks out the truth in order to pretend that no choice or values exist, who is willing to sit out the course of any battle, willing to cash in on the blood of the innocent or to crawl on his belly to the guilty, who dispenses justice by condemning both the robber and the robbed to jail, who solves conflicts by ordering the thinker and the fool to meet each other halfway. In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that can win. In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit. In that transfusion of blood which drains the good to feed the evil, the compromise is the transmitting rubber tube.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ron Garan

You can't solve problems until you understand the other side." –Jeffrey Manber

By Anonym 13 Sep

Anabel Jensen

Always pass a plate of forgiveness before each verbal feast.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Janna Cachola

Just because you're in pain, it doesn't mean you have to drag everyone down to your level of hurt. No one can help if everyone around youis in pain.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sharon Salzberg

Mindfulness may help you gain insight into your role in conflicts with others, it won’t single-highhandedly help you resolve them.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Auliq Ice

We need to learn ourselves before we can understand what really annoys us!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Conflict forces us to be fully present because it shatters our ego – stripping away all hope of escape or sugar coating. It removes everything that is nonessential to our authentic being; it removes all superficial layers. Conflict is painful because it wakes us up out of our created illusions. And if we lean into it, conflict can be the catalyst to our enlightenment.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Wald Wassermann

Love is the reason so we must listen to love before we reason. - on the origin and purpose of life.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Gift Gugu Mona

Peace is better than war because conflict resolutions can be made without a wastage of life and resources.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Practice bravery every day and the self-worth will come.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Auliq Ice

It’s taken years, but part of my own personal growth has involved deciding that I can learn something from even the most annoying person.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Renata Bowers

So by keeping her word, Frieda B. made amends. And the two who'd been strangers became best of friends.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rachel G. Scott

If we can limit the unproductive interactions, we will be able to better focus on productive ones.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Wald Wassermann

Love is Self. We are still in the early stages of the evolution of self-realization. This self-realization of understanding that we are Love itself. Seeing all as Love is normal for all of it in reality is. Not seeing all as Love is avoiding reality; it is caused by an incomplete realization of self. Global conflicts are caused by incomplete self-realization. Self is pure Love. If everyone would realize that they as well as everything and everyone was none other than Love itself experiencing life; this world would be without conflict. It is thus up to the powers that be to (continue to) spread the message of Love through positive guidance and initiatives that benefit the collective whole.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tracie Sage

What if children grew up with parents who modeled a loving relationship, who openly showed each other affection and respect, expressing feelings authentically, and who lovingly, even playfully, turned conflicts toward solutions? What if we grew up feeling embraced, loved, seen and valued for the whole of who we are? Would it all turn out differently? You bet it would!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Widad Akreyi

I reiterate my dedication to advocating for effective preventive strategies to end gun violence once and for all. In the face of the rising tensions and the widespread proliferation of small arms and light weapons, we call on everyone to join us to build conditions that will make world peace more likely. We all know that the road to building peace goes through ending conflicts and silencing the guns.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kirsten Siggins

When we aren't curious in conversations we judge, tell, blame and even shame, often without even knowing it, which leads to conflict." -The Power Of Curiosity: How To Have Real Conversations That Create Collaboration, Innovation and Understanding

By Anonym 19 Sep

Vironika Tugaleva

To pacify your external conflicts, you must wage peace, first and foremost, within yourself.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

Raise your thoughts, not your fists.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Roger Williams

That our selves and all men are apt and prone to differ it is no new Thing in all former Ages in all parts of this World in these parts and in our deare native Countrey and mournfull state of England. That either part or partie is most right in his owne eye his Cause Right his Cariage Right, his Argumts Right his Answeres Right is as wofully and constantly true as the former. And experience tells us that when the God of peace hath taken peace from the Earth one sparke of Action word or Cariage is too too powrefull to kindle such a fire as burns up Families Townes Cities Armies, Navies Nations and Kingdomes. [Letter of Roger Williams to Town of Providence, March 28, 1648]

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

The world is an arena where things represents things. It is a stage where the same thing is seen from different lenses as a different thing.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Douglas Laurent

The days became for Christina endless preparation. Ceaseless winds tore through her massing battle ranks, the grey cold sun above marking the timeless date. With skies of blue and cloud overhead, driving, uncompromising time stood still, lingering, as if giving Christina precious eons to perfect her shaving straight razor cuts of mind and sword. She worked alone now, forging the essence of herself in the policies and ways of hammer and anvil, pounding away with the classic, living Japanese blade. Her deft hands spun dervishly, wroughting out the iron of her will, fashioning a blade-mind remade unto her. --Brickley, The Lady and the Samurai

By Anonym 20 Sep

Janna Cachola

You can always end an argument. It starts with shutting your mouth.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Renata Bowers

You'd be teary, too, yes you would be," he said, "if a girl and her bed had crashed into your head.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Martin Luther King Jr.

We who engage in nonviolent direct action are not the creators of tension. We merely bring to the surface hidden tension that is already alive

By Anonym 16 Sep

Auliq Ice

It is very important to understand why those annoying people annoy you and then figure out where that fits into your world.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

We must acknowledge and take responsibility for the conflicts we have helped to create, and act to create real change. That, after all, is the true hallmark of democracy--a commitment to justice, honest self-appraisal, and action--even when it means challenging ourselves and the political institutions we hold most dear.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Hare

If we are to transform painful crises into genuine breakthroughs, we must change the way we view conflict. Conflict avoidance and defensive reactions must be replaced with biblical insight and spiritual responsiveness.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nitya Prakash

Don’t let this tainted ‘self-love’ trend have you 50 & alone because you walked away from everything that ‘didn’t serve you’ instead of learning conflict resolution.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Patrick Lencioni

conflict is productive

By Anonym 17 Sep

Auliq Ice

Life is constantly teaching us that we are mirrors of one another and that no one is an island!

By Anonym 20 Sep

Anthony Higginson

Whilst some people have a history in creating conflict others create a history in conflict resolution“ ~ Anthony Higginson ~

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Bravery is listening even when you don't want to hear it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James T. Flynn

Conflict becomes sinful when our responses to it are destructive, hurtful, abusive, or violent. There are good ways to disagree & there are also unhealthy ways. Even people who are right sometimes...about the issue... can deal with it in a way that is very unloving. Being faithful to Christ involves more than taking the right stance or being on the right side of an issue. It also requires engaging those with whom we disagree in positive respectful dialogue.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Haresh Sippy

Conflict and resolution are two sides of the same coin.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Judith Lewis Herman

While in principle groups for survivors are a good idea, in practice it soon becomes apparent that to organize a successful group is no simple matter. Groups that start out with hope and promise can dissolve acrimoniously, causing pain and disappointment to all involved. The destructive potential of groups is equal to their therapeutic promise. The role of the group leader carries with it a risk of the irresponsible exercise of authority. Conflicts that erupt among group members can all too easily re-create the dynamics of the traumatic event, with group members assuming the roles of perpetrator, accomplice, bystander, victim, and rescuer. Such conflicts can be hurtful to individual participants and can lead to the group’s demise. In order to be successful, a group must have a clear and focused understanding of its therapeutic task and a structure that protects all participants adequately against the dangers of traumatic reenactment. Though groups may vary widely in composition and structure, these basic conditions must be fulfilled without exception. Commonality with other people carries with it all the meanings of the word common. It means belonging to a society, having a public role, being part of that which is universal. It means having a feeling of familiarity, of being known, of communion. It means taking part in the customary, the commonplace, the ordinary, and the everyday. It also carries with it a feeling of smallness, or insignificance, a sense that one’s own troubles are ‘as a drop of rain in the sea.’ The survivor who has achieved commonality with others can rest from her labors. Her recovery is accomplished; all that remains before her is her life.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael Hare

Reconciliation is wonderful, but it’s not always possible, because it depends on a godly response from both parties. Forgiveness however depends only on us. We can forgive even if the offending party is unresponsive.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Donna Goddard

One gets away with a lot when one is in an unchallenging relationship or is too busy to invest in one at all. Mostly, one gets away from oneself.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Henry Ward Beecher

Don't look where you fall, but where you slipped.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michelangelo Saez

In a conflict doesn't win who has more weapons but who knows best use for them

By Anonym 17 Sep

Saaif Alam

Never bend down possessing the feeling of despair. Stand up and seek new opportunities in order to pursue long term success.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

We may have different points of arguments from perspectives of belief, faith and religion.But we must not hate each other. We are one human family.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael Hare

Scripture teaches that whether we are the offending party or the party feeling offended, we have the mandate to initiate forgiveness and reconciliation.