You have to go wholeheartedly into anything in order to achieve anything worth having.— Frank Lloyd Wright
Revolutionary Anything Worth Having quotations
You have to go whole heartedly in anything in order to achieve anything worth having.
When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.
Sometimes you have to let go to see if there was anything worth holding onto.
Self worth is so vital to your happiness. If you don't feel good about you, It's hard to feel good about anything else.
As long as I see anything to be done for God, life is worth having;
but O how vain and unworthy it is to live for any lower end!
Anything worth having is hard to keep, I love you like my coffee, so hot and so sweet. So, let's stick it out so we never regret it, I could forgive the past-but I never forget it.
For anything worth having one must pay the price;
and the price is always work, patience, love, self-sacrifice -- no paper currency, no promises to pay, but the gold of real service.
Anything that gets your blood racing is probably worth doing.
Anything in life worth having is worth working for.
Anything worth having is worth fighting for.
Anything worth achieving will always have obstacles in the way
Anything worth doing is worth doing well.
All men who have turned out worth anything have had the chief hand in their own education.
The camera's a ballpoint pen, an imbecile;
it's not worth anything if you don't have anything to say.
Self-respect is a question of recognizing that anything worth having has a price.
There are a lot of things that come easy, but they're not necessarily worth it.
Anything worth having, you work hard for. That's how I feel I am.
Don't let the low standards and expectations of the world and others cause you to aim beneath your nobility and ability-dream big! What I know and have learned is that anything worth doing is not easy and that we can do anything that is not easy if we believe.
Get used to it. Life doesn't give, it takes. Anything worth having is worth fighting for.
Anything worth having is worth going for- all the way.
I seem to think that anything worth having in life has to be painful to attain.
I look for a sense of reality with everything I did.
I didn't work in a studio, I didn't light anything. I found a way of working which pleased me because I didn't have to frighten people with heavy equipment. It was that little black box and me and £5 worth of film in my pocket or maybe it was only £2 in those days.
Neither man nor woman can be worth anything until they have discovered that they are fools. The sooner the discovery is made the better, as there is more time and power for taking advantage of it.
I never did anything worth doing by accident, nor did any of my inventions come indirectly through accident, except the phonograph. No, when I have, fully decided that a result is worth getting, I go about it, and make trial after trial, until it comes.
Anything worth having has its price.
If I have done anything in life worth attention, I feel sure that I inherited the disposition from my mother.
I don't read anything anymore. I don't have the eyesight. I read my own copy, that's all. I think I've read everything that's worth reading.
I dislike modern memoirs. They are generally written by people who have either entirely lost their memories, or have never done anything worth remembering.
Anything worth doing, is worth doing all the way.
Just know you'll have to live with all the choices that you make.
But you're the hardest thing I've ever done, and you're also the best.
So... I think that's the moral of the story here. Anything worth having is worth fighting for.
The way a book is read, which is to say, the qualities a reader brings to a book can have as much to do with its worth as anything the author puts into it.
I never did anything worth doing entirely by accident.
. . Almost none of my inventions came about totally by accident. They were achieved by having trained myself to endure and tolerate hard work.
The only people who have anything to fear from free software are those whose products are worth even less.
Our obsession with material things and lack of self-worth is evident in our need for an abundance of momentary luxuries and must-have amenities that have no true value for real, man. And I mean, we do it just to impress people that could care less if your children or your children's children have anything left to show for your life after you gone.
When you don't use sugar in your diet, all of the sudden fruits are really sweet. Honey is really sweet. Your taste buds change. I'm not psycho never have anything sweet, because that takes too much energy. The stress on your body just isn't worth it.
Writing is what's important to me, and anything that helps me do that - or enhances and prolongs and deepens and sometimes intensifies argument and conversation - is worth it to me. [It is] impossible for me to imagine having my life without going to those parties, without having those late nights, without that second bottle.
Educating a son I should allow him no fairy tales and only a very few novels.
This is to prevent him from having 1. the sense of romantic solitude (if he is worth anything he will develop a proper and useful solitude) which identification with the hero gives. 2. cant ideas of right and wrong, absurd systems of honor and morality which never will he be able completely to get rid of, 3. the attainment of ideals, of a priori desires, of a priori emotions. He should amuse himself with fact only: he will then not learn that if the weak younger son do or do not the magical honorable thing he will win the princess with hair like flax.
Neither man nor woman can be worth anything until they have discovered that they are fools. This is the first step towards becoming either estimable or agreeable; and until it be taken there is no hope. The sooner the discovery is made the better, as there is more time and power for taking advantage of it. Sometimes the great truth is found out too late to apply to it any effectual remedy. Sometimes it is never found at all; and these form the desperate and inveterate causes of folly, self-conceit, and impertinence.