Worry Anxiety quote: He who fears he shall suffer, already suffers what he fears - Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

50 Inspiring & Thoughtprovoking Worry & Anxiety Quotes

A day of worry
is more exhausting
than a day of work.

John Lubbock,
1st Baron Avebury PC FRS,
known as Sir John Lubbock

(1834 – 1913, English banker, liberal politician,
philanthropist, scientist and polymath)

Worry Anxiety Quote: A day of worry is more exhausting than a day of work - John Lubbock

Drag your thoughts
away from your troubles…
by the ears, by the heels,
or any other way
you can manage it.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens,
better known by his pen name Mark Twain

(1835 -1910, American writer, humorist,
entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer)

If you believe
that feeling bad
or worrying long enough
will change a past or future event,
then you are residing
on another planet
with a different reality system.

William James

(1842 – 1910, American philosopher and psychologist
who was also trained as a physician)

There are two days
in the week
about which and upon which
I never worry…
Yesterday and Tomorrow.

Robert Jones Burdette

(1844 – 1914, American humorist and clergyman)

Real difficulties can be overcome,
it is only the imaginary ones
that are unconquerable.

Theodore N. Vail

(1845 – 1920, president of American Telephone & Telegraph)

As a cure for worrying,
work is better than whiskey.

Thomas A. Edison

(1847 – 1931, American inventor and businessman)

Anger and worry
are caused by phantoms
that we create within ourselves
and whose only strength is
that with which we endow them.

Horace Fletcher, Menticulture

(1849 – 1919, American health food enthusiast)

The greatest mistake
you can make in life
is to be continually fearing
you will make one.

Elbert Green Hubbard,
The Note Book

(1856 – 1915, American writer, publisher,
artist, and philosopher)

People become attached to their burdens
sometimes more
than the burdens are attached to them.

George Bernard Shaw

(1856 – 1950, Irish playwright, critic and polemicist)

Worry is interest paid on trouble
before it comes due.

William Ralph Inge

(1860 – 1954, English author, Anglican priest,
professor of divinity at Cambridge,
and Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral)

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