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A Quote by unknown on death, fear, and worth

Anything worth anything has a price. When I'm standing next to your deathbed, looking as young as I look right now, and I see that fear in your eyes at the moment of death, then tell me the price is too stiff.

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Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by unknown on heart, play, secrets, work, world, and worth

Nobody knows what a boy is worth, a boy at his work or play; a boy who whistles around the place or laughs in an artless way. Nobody knows what a boy is worth, and the world must wait and see, for every man in an honored place is a boy that used to be. Nobody knows what a boy is worth, a boy with a face aglow, for hid in his heart there are secrets deep not even the wisest know. Nobody knows what a boy is worth, a boy with his bare, white feet, so have a smile and a kindly word for every boy you meet.

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Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by unknown on acceptance, anger, bitterness, correction, emotion, envy, faith, fear, forgiveness, joy, love, peace, self-esteem, sorrow, worth, and yielding

There are two trees, each yielding its own fruit. One of them is negative . . . it grows from lack of self-worth and its fruits are fear, anger, envy, bitterness, sorrow - and any other negative emotion. Then there is the tree of positive emotions. Its nutrients include self-forgiveness and a correct self concept. Its fruits are love, joy, acceptance, self-esteem, faith, peace . . . and other uplifting emotions.

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Source: Kathi's Garden

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A Quote by unknown on community, control, difficulty, inclusion, life, pollution, service, value, water, and worth

It is difficult to place a monetary value on the many vital services that trees provide. However, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection calculates that a single tree that lives for fifty years will contribute service worth nearly $200,000 (in 1994 dollars) to the community during its lifetime. This includes providing oxygen ($31,250), recycling water and regulating humidity ($37,000), controlling air pollution ($62,500), producing protein ($2,500), providing shelter for wildlife ($31,250), and controlling land erosion and fertilizing the soil ($31,250).

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Source: Sacred Trees

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A Quote by unknown on gifts and worth

The manner in which it is given is often worth more than the gift.

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A Quote by unknown on life, love, needs, niceness, and worth

My need is not to be on the outside glaring in; its to be in the center with you.  To be loved is nice, but not essential. To love someone, that's what makes life worth living.

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A Quote by unknown on listening and worth

That person proves his worth who can make us want to listen when he is with us and think when he is gone.

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Source: Quoted in Grit

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A Quote by unknown on women and worth

There was a young woman named Jenny, Whose limericks weren't worth a penny. Her rhythm and rhyme Were perfectly fine But whenever she tried to write any, She always had one line too many.

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A Quote by unknown on life and worth

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Life is the only thing worth living for.

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A Quote by unknown on devil, force, heroism, labor, life, meaning, and worth

There is meaning in anyone's life: A man who had been condemned to a life of forced labor for wrong doings, was shipped to devil's island. On the high seas a fire broke out on the steamer, the convict, a strong man, was released from his handcuffs to help and he saved the lives of ten persons. His sentence was commuted for the act of heroism. If one had asked him before if his life was worth saving, he probably would have shook his head.

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Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

Contributed by: Zaady

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