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worries Quotes

32 of the best book quotes about worries
  1. #1
    “People worry about kids playing with guns, and teenagers watching violent videos; we are scared that some sort of culture or violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands - literally thousands - of songs about broken hearts and rejection and pain and misery and loss. ”
  2. #2
    “No man burdens his mind with small matters unless he has some very good reason for doing so.”
  3. #3
    “Many ranchers now fear that the beef industry is deliberately being restructured along the lines of the poultry industry. They do not want to wind up like chicken growers—who in recent years have become virtually powerless, trapped by debt and by onerous contracts written by the large processors.”
  4. #4
    “What will happen will happen, and I won’t waste the time I have . . . worrying.”
  5. #5
    ″[A]llow my experience to guide you in this. Let go of your worries and focus only on the task at hand.”
  6. #6
    “That was long, long ago. But each day since that day I’ve sat here and worried and worried away.”
    author
    Dr. Seuss
    book
    The Lorax
    concept
    worries
  7. #7
    “So now do not worry, take what you have, and do your work and you will have a long life and a very merry one.”
  8. #8
    “Promise yourself to be too large for worry, too noble for anger, and too strong for fear, and to happy to permit the presence of trouble.”
  9. #9
    “Our worry will steal our peace, and when peace is missing, we find ourselves drowning in anxiety and crumbling under the weight of life’s pressures.”
  10. #10
    “Funny how sometimes you worry a lot about something and it turns out to be nothing.”
    author
    R. J. Palacio
    book
    Wonder
    character
    Auggie
    concept
    worries
  1. #11
    “Do not trouble your hearts overmuch with thought of the road tonight. Maybe the paths that you each shall tread are already laid before your feet, though you do not see them.”
  2. #12
    “The way to happiness: Keep your heart free from hate, your mind from worry. Live simply, expect little, give much. Fill your life with love. Scatter sunshine. Forget self, think of others. Do as you would be done by. Try this for a week and you will be surprised.”
  3. #13
    “I know Dad’s in there, but is it Dad? I mean, what if they came, changed him, made him bad, promised him something they can’t give but he thinks they can.”
  4. #14
    Furthermore, worrying about people and problems doesn’t help. It doesn’t solve problems, it doesn’t help other people, and it doesn’t help us. It is wasted energy.
  5. #15
    “What could I become if I stopped worrying about death, about pain, about anything? If I stopped trying to belong? Instead of being afraid, I could become something to fear.”
  6. #16
    “There you are,” Cardan says as I take my place beside him. “How has the night been going for you? Mine has been full of dull conversation about how my head is going to find itself on a spike.”
  7. #17
    “There is only one thing that I dread: not to be worthy of my sufferings.”
  8. #18
    “Yer a wizard Harry.”
  9. #19
    “I am what I am, an’ I’m not ashamed. ‘Never be ashamed,’ my ol’ dad used ter say, ‘there’s some who’ll hold it against you, but they’re not worth botherin’ with.‘”
  10. #20
    “No good sittin’ worryin’ abou’ it. What’s comin’ will come, an’ we’ll meet it when it does.”

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  1. #21
    “Things without all remedy should be without regard: what’s done is done.”
  2. #22
    “It is easy to be calm when there is nothing to worry about . . . The true test of your self-control . . . is whether you can remain calm in a trying situation.”
  3. #23
    Jim stopped inside the door, as immovable as a setter at the scent of quail. His eyes were fixed upon Della, and there was an expression in them that she could not read, and it terrified her. It was not anger, nor surprise, nor disapproval, nor horror, nor any of the sentiments that she had been prepared for. He simply stared at her fixedly with that peculiar expression on his face.
  4. #24
    “You do not need to be a victim of worry. Reduced to its simplest form, what is worry? It is simply an unhealthy and destructive mental habit.”
  5. #25
    Worrying, obsessing, and controlling are illusions. They are tricks we play on ourselves.
  6. #26
    “People are only mean when they’re threatened . . . and that’s what our culture does. That’s what our economy does. Even people who have jobs in our economy are threatened, because they worry about losing them. And when you get threatened, you start looking out only for yourself.”
  7. #27
    “A convict’s thoughts are no freer than he is: they come back to the same place, worry over the same thing continually.”
  8. #28
    “What worries me is, what if this guy is really the one for me and I just haven’t had enough therapy yet for me to be comfortable with having found him.”
  9. #29
    ″... the one thing you do not wonder is if she is yours.”
  10. #30
    “Do not lose yourself in the past. Do not lose yourself in the future. Do not get caught in your anger, worries, or fears. Come back to the present moment, and touch life deeply. This is mindfulness.”
  11. #31
    “Do not lose yourself in the past. Do not lose yourself in the future. Do not get caught in your anger, worries, or fears. Come back to the present moment, and touch life deeply. This is mindfulness.”
  12. #32
    “What worries me the most,′ she continued, ‘is the opposite, the possibility that they’re not trying. They could communicate with us, all right, but they’re not doing it because they don’t see any point to it. It’s like...”--she glanced down at the edge of the tablecloth they had spread over the grass--“like the ants.”