Blogpost: The 3 Hidden Meanings of Crisis: What We Can Learn From Them

by Gal Stiglitz

Time to read: 1 minute

In a world where crises seem to be a constant, understanding their deeper meanings can be transformative. The term “crisis” often carries negative connotations, but examining its linguistic and cultural roots reveals hidden opportunities for growth and renewal. 

As our founder Gal explores in his article, the word “crisis” in biblical Hebrew, “Mashber,” can signify both a moment of birth and a powerful natural force. These insights challenge us to view crises not just as threats, but as catalysts for profound change. For a deeper dive into this perspective, read his full article here.