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Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#1. If you often feel alone, ignored, or forgotten, think about this: closing the door and locking yourself in won't change anything - literally and figuratively. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Sara Ramirez
#2. When I've lost weight, some fans get very upset because they want me to stay curvy. But my own self-worth and wellness regime has to do with my well-being and longevity, so if I make the choice to take care of myself, and the outcome is losing weight, it's disappointing that there might be some backlash. #Quote by Sara Ramirez
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#3. Personal force, determined spirit and self confidence are your greatest self. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by LaNina King
#4. Anything worth having comes with a price. The price is work, patience, love, self-sacrifice & everlasting faith. Never give up on your dreams. Good day to you world! #Quote by LaNina King
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Laozi
#5. One's own self or material goods, which has more worth?
Loss (of self) or possession (of goods), which is the greater evil?
He who loves most, spends most,
He who hoards much loses much #Quote by Laozi
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Mirna Valerio
#6. Acknowledging and welcoming your self-worth, your own extraordinary power, is incredible. You become unstoppable. #Quote by Mirna Valerio
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Edith Wharton
#8. You see, Monsieur, it's worth everything, isn't it, to keep one's intellectual liberty, not to enslave one's
powers of appreciation, one's critical independence? It was because of that that I abandoned journalism, and
took to so much duller work: tutoring and private secretaryship. There is a good deal of drudgery, of course;
but one preserves one's moral freedom, what we call in French one's quant a soi. And when one hears good
talk one can join in it without compromising any opinions but one's own; or one can listen, and answer it
inwardly. Ah, good conversation--there's nothing like it, is there? The air of ideas is the only air worth
breathing. And so I have never regretted giving up either diplomacy or journalism--two different forms of the
same self-abdication." He fixed his vivid eyes on Archer as he lit another cigarette. "Voyez-vous, Monsieur,
to be able to look life in the face: that's worth living in a garret for, isn't it? But, after all, one must earn
enough to pay for the garret; and I confess that to grow old as a private tutor--or a `private' anything--is almost
as chilling to the imagination as a second secretaryship at Bucharest. Sometimes I feel I must make a plunge:
an immense plunge. Do you suppose, for instance, there would be any opening for me in America-- in New
York? #Quote by Edith Wharton
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Asmaa Dokmak
#9. No one is miserable as the person who tries to be someone else other than himself #Quote by Asmaa Dokmak
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Bernard Kelvin Clive
#10. Permit no one to define you by your mistakes or your past #Quote by Bernard Kelvin Clive
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Efrat Cybulkiewicz
#11. Though we all make mistakes, don't handicap yourself in difficult tasks; Self-sabotage is not a strategy. Sometimes all you need to do is protect yourself from your own self. #Quote by Efrat Cybulkiewicz
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Molemo Sylence
#12. As beautiful as you are my lady,

You sick answers to why love is never by your side

Your heart wonders around trying to find your ideal love

But yet nothing is completing your need.

You're a women of strength and resemble power within,

Filled with joy on your angelic face, yet no good man appreciates it

A laughter that one can capture for a lifetime, too bad that all the men you seem to meet erase it all

You display Emotions that one can wish to dwell in and feel the energy you hold within.

Take a stand my lady, no rose ever dies without growing back again,

You need no tears to fall for a man who sees less in you

You need no sad feeling to crush that happy self, he'll never be worth the joy in you

Show him no sad emotions, you're too strong to give in now.

As a flower you bloomed gracefully and a beautiful lady rose up from that seed the Lord God planted

As a pillar you balanced yourself against all negative forces of life and that was your strength

As an ocean you cried your tears out but that never hindered the ocean from being full again

As a beautiful picture frame you lit up the room and no soul will ever take that away from you.

Let yourself love you, is the greatest love one can ever behold,

I'm done seeing you cry!!! #Quote by Molemo Sylence
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by C.S. Lewis
#13. If a man thinks he is not conceited, he is very conceited indeed. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Mark Manson
#14. People who base their self-worth on being right about everything prevent themselves form learning from their mistakes. They lack the ability to take on new perspectives and empathize with others. They close themselves off to new and important information. It's far more helpful to assume that you're ignorant and don't know a whole lot. This keeps you unattached to superstitious or poorly informed beliefs and promotes a constant state of learning and growth. #Quote by Mark Manson
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Melina Marchetta
#15. But then Froi looked back to where his work lay unfinished and it made him sad because there had been something about the touch of earth in his hands that made him feel worthwhile. #Quote by Melina Marchetta
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Karen Salmansohn
#16. My life got happier when I trusted my gut to tell me when to open the door or close the door. There is joy to be found in keeping away from people & situations which could harm my self-respect my peace my worth. #Quote by Karen Salmansohn
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Yvonne Pierre
#18. You'll have less heartaches and disappointments if you stop seeking from others the things ONLY God and you can give yourself! #Quote by Yvonne Pierre
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Ufuoma Apoki
#19. The more you try, so desperately, to prove a point to get someone's approval, the more fleeting that approval might be, causing a chain of depreciation of self-esteem. Sometimes, all you need do is truly love yourself and get only the approval and acceptance of the inner self. #Quote by Ufuoma Apoki
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Patricia Highsmith
#20. Forever, Tom thought. Maybe he'd never go back to the States. It was not so much Europe itself as the evenings he had spent alone, here and in Rome, that made him feel that way. Evenings by himself simply looking at maps, or lying around on sofas thumbing through guidebooks. Evenings looking at his clothes - his clothes and Dickie's - and feeling Dickie's rings between his palms, and running his fingers over the antelope suitcase he had bought at Gucci's. He had polished the
suitcase with a special English leather dressing, not that it needed polishing
because he took such good care of it, but for its protection. He loved possessions,
not masses of them, but a select few that he did not part with. They gave a man
self-respect. Not ostentation but quality, and the love that cherished the quality.
Possessions reminded him that he existed, and made him enjoy his existence. It was as simple as that. And wasn't that worth something? He existed. Not many people in the world knew how to, even if they had the money. It really didn't take
money, masses of money, it took a certain security. He had been on the road to it,
even with Marc Priminger. He had appreciated Marc's possessions, and they were
what had attracted him to the house, but they were not his own, and it had been
impossible to make a beginning at acquiring anything of his own on forty dollars a week. It would have taken him the best years of his life, even if he had ec #Quote by Patricia Highsmith
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Jillian Michaels
#21. Lazy doesn't exist. Lazy is a symptom of something else. The person who can't get up off their butt is just a person who's depressed. It's usually a pervasive lack of self-worth, or a feeling of helplessness. #Quote by Jillian Michaels
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Jean Chatzky
#22. You may be basing a portion of your self-worth on your bank account without even realizing it. Try to pinpoint the activities and qualities that, free of charge, fulfill you. #Quote by Jean Chatzky
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Stephanie Nielson
#23. I know, now, without a doubt that the true source of happiness, self-worth, and authentic beauty doesn't come from the outside. Women are constantly being persuaded to want something unachievable, to look younger or thinner and above all to fit in because being different is too painful and embarassing. I have accepted myself in a world that does not accept me, because I have learned [ ... ] that our hearts matter most ... It's a beautiful heart, not a perfect body, that leads to a beautiful life. #Quote by Stephanie Nielson
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Padma Lakshmi
#24. The insidious reasons for a brown girl's self-loathing won't be surprising to any woman of color. I cannot rightly compare my own struggles to those of another minority, as each ethnicity comes with its own baggage and the South Asian experience is just one variation on the experience of dark-skinned people everywhere. As parents and grandparents often do in Asian countries, my extended family urged me to avoid the sun, not out of fear that heatstroke would sicken me or that UV rays would lead to cancer, but more, I think, out of fear that my skin would darken to the shade of an Untouchable, a person from the lowest caste in Indian society, someone who toils in the fields. The judgments implicit in these exhortations - and what they mean about your worth - might not dawn on you while you're playing cricket in the sand. What's at stake might not dawn on you while, as a girl, you clutch fast to yourself your blonde-haired, blue-eyed doll named Helen. But all along, the message that lighter skin is equivalent to a more attractive, worthier self is getting beamed deep into your subconscious. Western ideals of beauty do not stop at ocean shores. They pervade the world and mingle with those of your own country to create mutant, unachievable standards. #Quote by Padma Lakshmi
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by John Galsworthy
#25. Get Up! Go out! Do something! But what - what was worth doing? What had any meaning in it? She saw herself doing - extravagant things; nursing sick women; tending pale babies; making a speech in Parliament; riding a steeplechase; hoeing turnips in knickerbockers - decorative. And she lay perfectly still, bound by the filaments of her self-vision. So long as she saw herself she would do nothing - she knew it - for nothing would be worth doing! And it seemed to her, lying there so still, that not to see herself would be worse than anything. And she felt that to feel this was to acknowledge herself caged for ever. #Quote by John Galsworthy
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Dan Harris
#26. The ego is constantly comparing itself to others. It has us measuring our self-worth against the looks, wealth, and social status of everyone else. Did this not explain some of my worrying at work? #Quote by Dan Harris
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by John Leo
#27. In a speech, the columnist Charles Krauthammer ... offered a new version of Socrates' famous saying, "The unexamined life is not worth living." In our age of bottomless self-love and obsession with our own feelings, Krauthammer suggested, "The too-examined life is not worth living either. #Quote by John Leo
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Alexandra Elle
#28. We can't be so desperate for love that we forget where we can always find it; within. #Quote by Alexandra Elle
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Rachel Hartman
#29. She couldn't explain it except with the word: there. She was there. Present in herself. She wasn't always, so it was worth remarking upon. #Quote by Rachel Hartman
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Christine Evangelou
#30. We are so scared to fail that we fail to try, we are so fearful of being seen that we hide our heart behind a fake smile, we are so anxious of change that we close the door to it…and yet all these thoughts and emotions can be used as tools to reinforce our strength and individual impact upon the world.
We move toward an enlightened way of being when we guide ourselves from a place of lack toward a place of fullness, and from a place of comfort to a place of growth. #Quote by Christine Evangelou
Self Worth Tagalog quotes by Kay Redfield Jamison
#31. In its severe forms, depression paralyzes all of the otherwise vital forces that make us human, leaving instead a bleak, despairing, desperate, and deadened state ... Life is bloodless, pulseless, and yet present enough to allow a suffocating horror and pain. All bearings are lost; all things are dark and drained of feeling. The slippage into futility is first gradual, then utter. Thought, which is as pervasively affected by depression as mood, is morbid, confused, and stuporous. It is also vacillating, ruminative, indecisive, and self-castigating. The body is bone-weary; there is no will; nothing is that is not an effort, and nothing at all seems worth it. Sleep is fragmented, elusive, or all-consuming. Like an unstable, gas, an irritable exhaustion seeps into every crevice of thought and action. #Quote by Kay Redfield Jamison

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