20 Literature quotes that will make you feel better about worrying

Here are 20 quotes from literature that will make you feel better about worrying.

1.  “My philosophy is that worrying means you suffer twice.” 
― J.K. RowlingFantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay

2.  “Sometimes worrying about something is much worse than the actual thing you’re worrying about. So really, what’s the point in worrying?” 
― Chip GainesThe Magnolia Story

3.  “There’s no point worrying until we know what we’re worrying about.” 
― Giovanna FletcherYou’re the One That I Want

4.  “In the end, we wear out our worries. That’s what Wireman says.” 
― Stephen KingDuma Key

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5.  “If any of us ever re-worried about a request, Mom would say, “If you think you can handle it better than God, it´s coming out.”Just the suggestion that we thought we were more powerful than God put us in out places and made us stop fretting and start believing.” 
― Mary Lou QuinlanThe God Box

6.  “And if it doesn’t go like that?”
“Then all your problems will be over and you won’t have a thing to worry.” 
― Jack HigginsThe Eagle Has Landed

7.  “Should-haves solve nothing. It’s the next thing to happen that needs thinking about.”
― Alexandra RipleyScarlett

8.  “He had only one thing to do and that was what he should think about and he must think it out clearly and take everything as it came along, and not worry. To worry was a bad as to be afraid. It simply made things more difficult.” 
― Ernest HemingwayFor Whom the Bell Tolls

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9.  “I’ve got to stop this. Stop worrying about the why. Stop forcing what was happening into the realm of impossible. Stop hiding behind excuses. Stop being afraid to step out on faith.” 
― Deatri King-BeyThe Impossible Possible

10.  “The future will be what it will, and fretting about it will only make your fears more likely to come true.” 
― Christopher PaoliniInheritance

11.  “In fact, a case could be made that worrying about a problem actually prevents you from resolving it, because it deceives your mind into thinking that you’re doing something when really you’re not.” 
― Sarah StrohmeyerThe Sleeping Beauty Proposal

12.  “Above all, do not fret until you know that you really have a cause for it.” 
― Arthur Conan DoyleThe Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

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13.  “In spite of her work as a reference librarian, she discovered that life isn’t about knowing all the answers. The best we can do is make peace with our questions, learn who we are, know our strengths, and do the best we can with the gifts we’ve been given while we’re here.” 
― Kate MessnerAll the Answers

14.  “Imagining the worst doesn’t keep it from happening.” 
― Lemony SnicketShouldn’t You Be in School?

15.  “If there is anything in life to worry about at all, it’s your wasted yesterday. Unfortunately, before you worry about it, you have to waste today doing so. Never worry!” 
― Israelmore AyivorDaily Drive 365

16.  “She must love me, to worry about me. She must still be capable of love.” 
― Veronica RothAllegiant

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17.  “As I fingered my way through the songs, I felt my worries slough away. My music has always been the best remedy for my dark moods. As I sang, even my bruises seemed to pain me less.” 
― Patrick RothfussThe Wise Man’s Fear

18.  “Love by its very nature is extravagant, but we poor human beings, so caught up in fear and worry, limit the very love we were created to bring into the world.” 
― Mary MorrellThings My Father Taught Me About Love

19.  “Time spent worrying – about anything – provides no emotional or physical benefit to us; such things only weaken us for the fights we must endure in our lives.” 
― A.J. DarkholmeRise of the Morningstar

20.  “It’s not time to worry yet.” 
― Harper LeeTo Kill a Mockingbird

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