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Value Yourself and Value Life – 50 Quotes to Cheer You Up

Enjoy your own life
without comparing it
with that of another.

Marquis de Condorcet

(1743 – 1794, French philosopher,
mathematician, and political scientist)

Value Life Quote: We do not know the true value of our moments...

Nothing is
to be rated higher
than the value of the day.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

(1749 – 1832, German writer, artist, and politician)

He who undervalues himself
is justly
undervalued by others.

William Hazlitt

(1778 – 1830, English writer)

No pressure,
no diamonds.

Thomas Carlyle

(1795 – 1881, Scottish philosopher,
writer, historian, and teacher)

He only profits from praise
who values criticism.

Heinrich Heine

(1797 – 1856, German poet)

Bad times
have a scientific value.
These are occasions
a good learner
would not miss.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

(1803 – 1882, American essayist,
lecturer, and poet)

Boredom is
the root of all evil
– the despairing refusal
to be oneself.

Søren Aabye Kierkegaard

(1813 – 1855, Danish philosopher, theologian,
poet, social critic, and religious author)

There is
no value in life
except what you choose
to place upon it
and no happiness
in any place
except what you bring
to it yourself.

Henri David Thoreau

(1817 – 1862, American poet and philosopher)

The best things in life
aren’t things.

John Ruskin

(1819 – 1900, English art critic,
social thinker, and philanthropist)

Life Quote: Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants.

The value of an idea
in the using of it.

Thomas A. Edison

(1847 – 1931, American inventor and businessman)

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