Worthyness Quotes

Quotes tagged as "worthyness" (showing 1-9 of 9)
Shannon L. Alder
“When a person thinks you are too good for them, they create a wall without even taking a chance. The best life that God has in store for a person is often thrown away because of what he or she thinks they deserve. True love is not the life you had, but the life you never realized you could have.”
Shannon L. Alder

Shannon L. Alder
“Naive people tend to generalize people as—-good, bad, kind, or evil based on their actions. However, even the smartest person in the world is not the wisest or the most spiritual, in all matters. We are all flawed. Maybe, you didn’t know a few of these things about Einstein, but it puts the notion of perfection to rest. Perfection doesn’t exist in anyone. Nor, does a person’s mistakes make them less valuable to the world.

1. He divorced the mother of his children, which caused Mileva, his wife, to have a break down and be hospitalized.

2.He was a ladies man and was known to have had several affairs; infidelity was listed as a reason for his divorce.

3.He married his cousin.

4.He had an estranged relationship with his son.

5. He had his first child out of wedlock.

6. He urged the FDR to build the Atom bomb, which killed thousands of people.

7. He was Jewish, yet he made many arguments for the possibility of God. Yet, hypocritically he did not believe in the Jewish God or Christianity. He stated, “I believe in Spinoza’s God who reveals himself in the harmony of all that exists, not in a God who concerns himself with the fate and the doings of mankind.”
Shannon L. Alder

Agona Apell
“Fortune crowns the bold before the worthy”
Agona Apell, The Success Genome Unravelled: Turning Men from Rot to Rock

Amit Abraham
“I am a nobody until I make somebody worthy for everybody.”
Amit Abraham

Rob Liano
“The odds are, you highly underestimate how awesome you are. Stop doing that.”
Rob Liano

Nancy Levin
“Accepting our greatness means no longer playing small. It often starts with baby steps. But eventually it means making major changes - in our lives, jobs, relationships, and dreams.

If I had believed in my own self-worth, I would never have been willing to make the financial moves I made in the past.

If I'd known my value, I couldn't have spent so many years ignoring the whispering - and sometimes screaming - voice that told me to leave my marriage. For a long time, that truth was just too scary and painful for me to face. Talk about keeping my head in the sand!

But how many years did I waste, postponing what has proven to be a much better life - simply because I went into hiding and didn't see that I was worthy of something better?”
Nancy Levin, Worthy: Boost Your Self-Worth to Grow Your Net Worth

Bryant McGill
“Through our expectations, we violently expand and try to fill the world with our proofs of worth.”
Bryant McGill, Simple Reminders: Inspiration for Living Your Best Life