Trouble Quotes

Trouble is to man what rust is to iron

Yiddish Proverb

Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and repeat to yourself, the most comforting words of all; this, too, shall pass.

Ann Landers

Trouble springs from idleness.

Benjamin Franklin

Writers seldom choose as friends those self-contained characters who are never in trouble, never unhappy or ill, never make mistakes and always count their change when it is handed to them.

Catherine Drinker Bowen

Borrow trouble for yourself if that's your nature, but don't lend it to your neighbors.

Rudyard Kipling

Trouble is part of your life - if you don't share it, you don't give the person who loves you a chance to love you enough.

Dinah Shore

When she became very ill with heart trouble, I saw that it would be impossible for my parents to provide for my studies, and I obtained their permission to go to sea to make a career for myself there.

Fritz Sauckel

Mr. Truman studiously avoided giving power to his White House staff that has been characteristic of recent administrations. Staff people in the White House, with no responsibility but incredible authority is one of the reasons we're now in so much trouble.

Stuart Symington

There are plenty of good five cent cigars in the country. The trouble is they cost a quarter.

Franklin P. Adams

Although I may not be a lioness, I am a lion's cub, and inherit many of his qualities; and as long as the King of France treats me gently he will find me as gentle and tractable as he can desire; but if he be rough, I shall take the trouble to be just as troublesome and offensive to him as I can.

Elizabeth I

The trouble with worrying so much about your security in the future is that you feel so insecure in the present

Harlan Miller

The trouble with censors is that they worry if a girl has cleavage. They ought to worry if she hasn't any

Marilyn Monroe

The trouble with weather forecasting is that it's right too often for us to ignore it and wrong too often for us to rely on it.

Patrick Young

I remember the story of the old man who said on his deathbed that he had had a lot of trouble in his life, most of which never happened.

Winston Churchill

the victim accommodates to power. The victim doesn't want anymore [sic] trouble.

June Jordan
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