Crisis? Yes Thanks!

We do not pretend that things will change if we keep them in the same way. The crisis is the best thing that can happen to people and whole countries because it is precisely crises bring progress. Creativity comes from anxiety as the day comes from the dark night. And ‘in the crisis born inventiveness, discoveries and great strategies. He who overcomes crisis, overcomes himself, without getting overcome. He who blames his defeats and his mistakes to the crisis, violent his own talent and respects more problems than solutions.
The real crisis is the crisis of incompetence. The mistake of the people and countries is laziness to find solutions. Without crisis there are no challenges, without challenges life is routine, a slow agony. Without crisis there are no merits. And ‘in the crisis that the best of each of us emerges because without crisis any wind is a caress. Talk of crisis is to create movement; recline on it means
exalt conformism. Instead of this, we work hard!

The only crisis is threatening the tragedy of not being willing to overcome. “

Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
For people like me who consults the oracle of the I Ching, the response: “crossing the great” and “water rides the tiger tail” it means facing a danger, which is nothing but the crisis. In life crises are opportunities, as he explains exhaustively in a few lines Einstein. Chaos, means life, endless possibilities, so for me the crisis of which we hear and which diffuse the air, which affects everyone sooner or later is a risk and an opportunity, a break that opens the rebirth, in new arrangements. The only solution is to change, renew themselves, ideas, review priorities. When the fear comes, you have to buy it, give her a price and use it as a spring, such as a lens photo and focus, prune. The fear is the other side of the courage, when I feel fear as before every crisis and at every change, I know that the new will follow like thunder and then spread his arms and welcome, spread my arms and I know I can fly : crisis, thanks.


Hi, I’m Manuela, urban potter and Italian artist who’s passionate about exploring the expressive potential of clay. With a love for Wabi Sabi aesthetics and the beauty of imperfection, I create bespoke ceramics, paintings, and fine art photography. My studio, nestled in the charming city of Milan, is a magical box where creativity runs wild and beauty is abundant. Whether you’re looking to bring a touch of magic into your everyday life, or simply to explore your creative side through art therapy I’m here to inspire and encourage you on your journey. I bring art into the world and celebrate the beauty in every moment. This blog is my Artistic Salad, filled with creativity, beauty, joie de vivre, passion and tools for creative minds.

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