Worth It Quotes

Quotes tagged as "worth-it" (showing 1-26 of 26)
Steve Maraboli
“I'm not crying because of you; you're not worth it. I'm crying because my delusion of who you were was shattered by the truth of who you are.”
Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience

Maureen Johnson
“WORTH IT and perfect are different things. No one’s perfect, yet in romance, everyone becomes WORTH IT. And that’s the trick.”
Maureen Johnson

Jamie McGuire
“She told me to find a girl worth fighting for. The one that doesn’t come easy.”
Jamie McGuire, A Beautiful Wedding

Charlotte Eriksson
“Find what makes you happy and go for it with all your heart. It will be hard, but I promise it will be worth it.”
Charlotte Eriksson

Charlotte Eriksson
“Find something you love and go for it with all your heart. No excuses, no plan B. Never settle for anything less than you know you can do.
It will be hard, but I promise it will be worth it.”
Charlotte Eriksson

Taylor Swift
“Happiness isn't a constant. You get fleeting glimpses. You have to fight for those moments, but they make it all worth it.”
Taylor Swift

“Convince yourself everyday that you are worthy of a good life. Let go of stress, breathe. Stay positive, all is well.”
Germany Kent

Arzum Uzun
“Love was not enough to fight or I was not worth to fight.”
Arzum Uzun

Loretta Livingstone
“He may be old now, but he is still a hero in their eyes”
Loretta Livingstone, Hopes, Dreams and Medals

Crystal Woods
“I can be a stupid girl inside of a crazy woman at times over you. If I weren’t, you should be worried! We all do stupid shit. I might as well be a fool for someone worth it.”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading 2

Arzum Uzun
“Love was not enough to fight or i was not worth for fight.”
Arzum Uzun

Sophie Hannah
“I thought to myself, 'No matter what happens from now on, even if my heart ends up in pieces, this makes it all worth it, this moment.”
Sophie Hannah, The Carrier

V.C. Andrews
“Sometimes doing the right thing does take more courage, but the feeling it gives you deep inside makes it worth it.”
V.C. Andrews, Pearl in the Mist

Mladen Đorđević
“It's not worth it to build castles on the sand if they get destroyed by the waves of reality.”
Mladen Đorđević, Svetioničar - Vesnici oluje

Colleen McCarty
“Make sure he's worth it. She had thought it so many times it had become a part of her. Like her tongue filling her mouth, so this tenet filled her being.”
Colleen McCarty, Mounting the Whale

“It's worth to know self-worth”
Syed Sharukh

“But even if that happens - that doesn’t take away anything that happened before. The present. The fun you’ll have, everything you’ll learn about yourself. Nothing will take that away. So is it worth it? You’re damned right it’s worth it.”
Kheryn Callender, This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story

“Some lessons are learnt the hard way, but worth it.”
Gift Gugu Mona

Following Whispers
“Take the road less travelled, it may be tough, but you'll be rewarded with treasure that money can't buy.”
Following Whispers, Proceed With Awesome: A Poetic Voyage

“Be grateful for the adversities you face in life, because each experience is uniquely designed - Just For You.
To enliğhten your mind and soul.
No matter how painful,
it is worth every bit the lesson, the reward it holds in store”
Henna Sohail

Jamie Carie
“Drake looked down at his bride, pride nearly crushing him.
She looked the picture of virtue in a gown the color of dark cream. Her hair sat atop her head in a shining red-gold mass of thick braids and curls. A band of small pink rosebuds haloed the curls, their stems a tightly intertwined crown. There was no cap now. Her face was pale and glowing, her neck as graceful as any swan's he had ever seen on the lakes of Northumberland, her delicate collarbones as elegant and stately as the jewels of a queen.
What he wouldn't have done to give her the magnificent London wedding she deserved. He would relish seeing her in rich satin and jewels, the envy of the civilized world. But Serena would never be in London... would probably not 'wish' to be, he realized.
Gazing at her beauty, her tranquility, he had a blinding realization that caused him to grasp more tightly to her hand and almost falter as he turned toward the minister: Had he not left all behind, he never would have found her. For the first time, he had something to be thankful for in the wake of his ruined existence. Had he stayed in London, he would have wed one of the haughty women of the ton, a woman in whose eyes he would have seen a hunger that was never satisfied. Instead, he was marrying a woman of quiet strength and faith, all of which gave the very air around her peace.
Was she not worth a dukedom?
Yes. A thousand times yes. That and more. She was worth all that he had gone through to have her.”
Jamie Carie, The Duchess and the Dragon

Saim .A. Cheeda
“If it is worth the pain. If it is worth the anguish. Then leave me lying in agony.”
Saim .A. Cheeda

Lisa Kleypas
“But you've been distracted for weeks, thinking of nothing but that green-eyed bitch. She's brought you to this."
Garrett.
She wouldn't know he'd been thinking of her at the last moment. She would never know what she'd meant to him. It would make dying so much easier if only he'd told her. But she would do well without him, just as she had before. She was a strong, resilient woman, a force of nature.
He only worried that no one would bring her flowers.
How strange that as his life was spinning down to its end, there was no anger or fear, only soul-scorching love. He was dissolving in it. There was nothing left but the way she'd made him feel.
"Was she worth it?" Gamble jeered.
Gripping the railing behind him, Ethan smiled faintly. "Aye.”
Lisa Kleypas, Hello Stranger

Kelley Armstrong
“You were just worried about me.”
An exhale, relieved that I understood. “Yeah.”
I turned. “Because you think I’m worth it.”
He put his fingers under my chin. “I absolutely think you’re worth it.”
“But you don’t think you are.”

His mouth opened. Shut.
“That’s what this is about, Derek. You won’t let us worry about you because you don’t think you’re worth it. But I do. I absolutely do.”
I lifted onto my toes, put my hands around his neck, and pulled him down. When our lips met, that first jolt...It was everything I hadn't felt with Simon, everything I'd wanted to feel.
His hands went around my waist, pulling me closer—
Simon's footsteps thudded through the hall. We jumped apart.
"And he says I have lousy timing," Derek grumbled.”
Kelley Armstrong, The Reckoning