My 9 Favorite Quotes About Life’s Troubles And How To Stay Out Of Them

I don’t know what is happening these two weeks. Which cosmic events and astral movements are taking place and has caused a chaos in many fields of my life? One is sure I wish I could go back in time and hide in my nook. No phone calls, no tensions, no craziness… How difficult is to stay untouched when the troubles are looking for someone like you? Here, I gathered some of my favorites quotes about life’s troubles and how to deal with all the messiness that they cause.

I. “Do not anticipate trouble,

or worry about what may never happen.

Keep in the sunlight.

Benjamin Franklin


II. “It’s much easier to stay out of trouble now

than to get out of trouble later.”

Warren Buffet


III. “Our best decisions are often

what we choose not to get involved in.”

Doug Cooper


IV. “If it troubles us it must be

that we find the trouble in ourselves.

John Steinbeck, East of Eden


V. “I have never known any distress

that an hour’s reading did not relieve.

Montesquieu


VI. “The trouble with life


isn’t that there is no answer,


but that there are so many answers”


Ruth Benedict


VII. “We mustn’t give trouble a shape

before it throws its shadow.

Irene Hunt, Across Five Aprils


VIII. “I don’t go looking for trouble.

Trouble usually finds me.

Katie McGarry, Take Me On


IX. “The working artist will not tolerate trouble in her life

because she knows trouble prevents her from doing her work.

The working artist vanishes from her world all sources of trouble.

She harnesses the urge for trouble and transforms it in her work.

Steven Pressfield, The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks &

Win Your Inner Creative Battles


Wish you all a beautiful day … xoxo!!!

Jo_

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