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worth Quotes

59 of the best book quotes about worth
  1. #1
    “I had found my mountain of gold, after all, and it had not been nuggets but people who had made it up: people like the Company and the Whitlaws. I had not realized until I had left it that I had been on the mountain of gold all that time.”
  2. #2
    “Every story matters...We are all worthy of telling our stories and having them heard. We all need to be seen and honored in the same way that we all need to breathe.”
  3. #3
    “There will be times when standing alone feels too hard, too scary, and we’ll doubt our ability to make our way through the uncertainty. Someone, somewhere, will say, ‘Don’t do it. You don’t have what it takes to survive the wilderness.’ This is when you reach deep into your heart and remind yourself, ‘I am the wilderness.‘”
  4. #4
    “Nothing has transformed my life more than realizing that it’s a waste of time to evaluate my worthiness by weighing the reaction of the people in the stands.”
  5. #5
    “‘Everybody wants to talk about how Khalil died,’ I say. ‘But this isn’t about how Khalil died. It’s about the fact that he lived. His life mattered. Khalil lived!’ I look at the cops again. ‘You hear me? Khalil lived!’”
  6. #6
    “And to every kid in Georgetown and in all ‘the Gardens’ of the world: your voices matter, your dreams matter, your lives matter. Be the roses that grow in the concrete.”
  7. #7
    “Their birth protects them,” Cersei admitted, “though not as much as you’d think. Each one’s worth a good ransom, but after the madness of battle, soldiers often seem to want flesh more than coin.”
  8. #8
    “No matter what he does, every person on earth plays a central role in the history of the world. And normally he doesn’t know it.”
  9. #9
    “I learned to rest in the knowledge that I will still be okay even if both of those things go away tomorrow. I studied the gospel and finally grasped the divine knowledge that I was loved and worthy and enough...as I am.”
  1. #10
    “You your best thing, Sethe. You are.”
  2. #11
    “His being higher in learning and birth than the ruck o’ soldiers is anything but a proof of his worth. It shows his course to be down’ard.”
  3. #12
    “All I ask is my rights as a father; and you’re the last man alive to expect me to let her go for nothing; for I can see you’re one of the straight sort, Governor. Well, what’s a five pound note to you? And what’s Eliza to me?”
  4. #13
    “A little people, but of great worth are the Shire-folk.”
  5. #14
    “Because if you base your self-worth on what everyone else thinks of you, you hand all your power over to other people and become dependent on a source outside of yourself for validation. Then you wind up chasing after something you have no control over, and should that something suddenly place its focus somewhere else, or change its mind and decide you’re no longer very interesting, you end up with a full-blown identity crisis.”
  6. #15
    “Except experience, mine, for what it’s worth,
    And that’s enough me”
  7. #16
    “He dreamed of never-ending life for those he deemed worthy, and death or forced sterilization for everyone else. He’d later praise Hitler for the “energetic measures” he took in that direction”
  8. #17
    “No one is ever going to give you anything of value. You have to work for it, sweat for it, fight for it. But there is far greater value in accomplishments you earn than in accolades that are merely given to you. When you earn something, you never have to worry about justifying that you truly deserve it.”
  9. #18
    “Choose a place where you won’t do very much harm, and stand in it for all you are worth, facing the sunshine.”

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  1. #19
    “Your dreary rhyming isn’t worth a turd!:
  2. #20
    ″‘I’m ending this.’
    ‘No. Come on. It’s not worth it.’
    ‘You are,’ he said fiercely, looking at her. ‘You’re worth it.‘”
  3. #21
    “We have reached a verdict your honor. This man’s heart is deficient. He loves, but his love is worth nothing.”
  4. #22
    “Waiting for the pen to dry up so he can start fresh with thoughts that are worth new ink.”
  5. #23
    “All kinds of strange and marvelous things like the weird Ripley situation of a huge tree that’s fallen across a creek maybe 500 years ago and’s made a bridge thereby.”
  6. #24
    I say no wealth is worth my life!
    author
    Homer
    book
    The Iliad
    character
    Achilles
    concepts
    worthmoneylife
  7. #25
    “The cost of a thing is the amount of what I will call life which is required to be exchanged for it, immediately or in the long run.”
  8. #26
    “The punishment imposed on us for claiming true self can never be worse than the punishment we impose on ourselves by failing to make that claim.”
  9. #27
    “Have you ever wondered what a human life is worth? That morning, my brother’s was worth a pocket watch.”
  1. #28
    “And how can you say a man had a good mind when he couldn’t even bother to do anything when the best-hearted, most beautiful woman in the world, his own wife, was dying for lack of love and understanding…”
  2. #29
    “In 1995, Steve Wallace of the San Francisco 49ers became the first offensive lineman to sign a contract worth $10 million. The quarterback might still get all the glory. But the guy who watched his back would be moving into a bigger house.”
  3. #30
    “Sir Peter is a witty man and a shrewd trader, but if he had admired our things as you do, we would have been gladder to let him have them.”
  4. #31
    “Nature always wears the colors of the spirit. To a man laboring under calamity, the heat of his own fire hath sadness in it. Then, there is a kind of contempt of the landscape felt by him who has just lost by death a dear friend. The sky is less grand as it shuts down over less worth in the population.”
  5. #32
    “You will get in life what you accept and expect you are worthy of.”
  6. #33
    “No life is a waste. The only time we waste is the time we spend thinking we are alone.”
  7. #34
    “Every human life is worth the same, and worth saving.”
  8. #35
    “Much of our work now is more a matter of “rehumanizing.” That starts in the same place dehumanizing starts--with words and images...We must never tolerate dehumanization--the primary instrument of violence that has been used in every genocide recorded throughout history. When we engage in dehumanizing rhetoric or promote dehumanizing images, we diminish our own humanity in the process...[it] says volumes about who we are and the degree to which we’re operating in our integrity.”
  9. #36
    “The most dangerous stories we make up are the narratives that diminish our inherent worthiness. We must reclaim the truth about our lovability, divinity, and creativity.”

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  1. #37
    “I am large, I contain multitudes.”
  2. #38
    “A small, quiet, grassroots movement that starts with each of us saying, ‘My story matters because I matter.’ A movement where we can take to the streets with our messy, imperfect, wild, stretch-marked, wonderful, heartbreaking, grace-filled, and joyful lives. A movement fueled by the freedom that comes when we stop pretending that everything is okay when it isn’t. A call that rises up from our bellies when we find the courage to celebrate those intensely joyful moments even though we’ve convinced ourselves that savoring happiness is inviting disaster.”
  3. #39
    “Laws and principles are not for the times when there is no temptation: they are for such moments as this, when body and soul rise in mutiny against their rigour ... If at my convenience I might break them, what would be their worth?”
  4. #40
    “Don’t give up! I believe in you all. A person’s a person, no matter how small!”
  5. #41
    “It’s not about what it is, it’s about what it can become.”
  6. #42
    “Now, the Star-Belly Sneetches had bellies with stars. The Plain-Belly Sneetches had none upon thars.”
  7. #43
    “You are a wonderful creation. You know more than you think you know, just as you know less than you want to know.”
  8. #44
    “I also learned that I am a child of God--and that trumps everything else.”
  9. #45
    “The God who made the moon and the stars and the mountains and the oceans, The Creator who did all of those things, believed that you and your baby were meant to be a pair. That doesn’t mean you’re going to be a perfect fit. That doesn’t mean you won’t make mistakes. It does mean that you need not fear failure because you can’t fail at a job you were created to do.”
  1. #46
    “I can feel what you’re feeling now — and you are worth it.”
  2. #47
    “She was so tired of being considered disposable.”
  3. #48
    “You were worth it, old friend, and a thousand times over.”
  4. #49
    “And it is very much lamented,...
    That you have no such mirrors as will turn
    Your hidden worthiness into your eye
    That you might see your shadow.”
  5. #50
    “Yes, King Edward VI lived only a few years, poor boy, but he lived them worthily.”
  6. #51
    “But just because you can never reach it, doesn’t mean that it’s not worth looking for.”
  7. #52
    “She had a theory that it was only on this condition that life was worth living; that one should be one of the best, should be conscious of a fine organization, should move in the realm of light, of natural wisdom, of happy impulse, of inspiration gracefully chronic.”
  8. #53
    Anything worth living for is worth dying for.
    author
    Joseph Heller
    book
    Catch-22
    character
    Nately
    concepts
    lifeworth
  9. #54
    “If the unexamined life was not worth living, was the unlived life worth examining?”
  10. #55
    “I shall have to sell our manor, our furniture, the carriage. And I shall have to sell you, in a manner of speaking. You must marry so that we can be rich again.”
  11. #56
    “A blade of grass is a commonplace on Earth; it would be a miracle on Mars. Our descendants on Mars will know the value of a patch of green. And if a blade of grass is priceless, what is the value of a human being?”
  12. #57
    “I wasn’t worth a cent two years ago, and now I owe two millions of dollars.”
  13. #58
    “If love disappeared when we touched the fault-lines, it wouldn’t be worth much, would it?”
  14. #59
    “From the moment
    I saw her I knew
    this one was worth
    the broken heart.”
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