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Everyone has problems quotes

Everyone has problems quotes. The entire world is occupied by people and all of them are facing some problems. The problem may be big or maybe small, people always seem to face problems in their life. The entire world is an ecosystem and all of us are just a part of it. To feed this ecosystem and to keep it satisfied, we need to do work and get results. When we are unable of getting results, then we actually begin to face problems. People are often seen quarreling and abusing each other, but they should understand that everyone has problems. The world is not operated by a single person, we all have problems and rather than quarreling and fighting, we should come together to solve them. Solving problems is easier than making them big. If we put our energy into the solution, we will be guaranteed happier. If you also understand that everyone has problems, then you should go through the following everyone has problems quotes and try to solve them as far as possible!

1. "Everybody has their own problems. No matter how big you think yours are, there is someone else that has bigger problems or different problems." — Josh Hutcherson

Everyone has problems quotes

2. "Everybody's got whatever problems they have. I refuse to let somebody's mistaken beliefs affect my life." — O.J. Simpson

3. "Everybody goes through divorces. There's millions of people that have drinking problems. There's people that their weight goes up and down, just like mine. It's just life. And I think people relate to that. I really do." — John Daly

4. "One of the problems of our modern world is that there's a lot of things to work through, but, at some point, everybody should take a pause from that and make something, so that it's not just all one-way traffic." — Jarvis Cocker

5. "As I got older, I got into all kinds of things in the streets - but for some reason, I never got caught up with the gangs growing up. Everybody dug me, man. I never had problems." — Bernie Mac

6. "Everybody likes Johnny Cash. I think the sad part of it is his health is givin' him problems." — Merle Haggard

7. "Sometimes it can be bad to have too much family. Everybody gets involved in your problems, giving their opinion, gossiping, and making drama. But when bad things happen, they will be there to support you." — Sofia Vergara

8. "The problem would not exist if I asked beforehand. Hence, it is vital to ask honest questions (even if it sounds "stupid") rather than making assumptions. Everybody makes mistakes; the good news is that everything can be fixed." — Anna Agoncillo

9. "Well everybody in Casablanca has problems. Yours may work out." — Humphrey Bogart

10. "Learn to laugh at your problems, cause everybody else does." — Jared Leto

11. "Everybody's a mad scientist, and life is their lab. We're all trying to experiment to find a way to live, to solve problems, to fend off madness and chaos." — David Cronenberg

Everyone has problems quotes

12. "Everybody is fighting a hard battle that you know nothing about, never give up with yours." — Auliq Ice

13. "Q: What is wrong with the world?

A: Everybody pays attention to pictures of things. Nobody pays attention to things themselves." — Kurt Vonnegut

14. "The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else's problems." — Donald Trump

15. "We're not trying to reinvent the wheel; for any environmental organization to claim sole responsibility for any kind of victory is insane, because everybody attacks these problems as a group." — Ted Danson

16. "I take on everybody's problems. I have a very maternal side. I'm basically a very normal, down-to-earth person." — Shannen Doherty

17. "Art is for healing ourselves, and everybody needs their own personal art to heal up their problems." — Linda Ronstadt

18. "The more everybody knows about all aspects of the problems we face, the better off all of us will be. Less time spent explaining things means more time for coming up with creative solutions." — Jesse James Garrett

19. "Almost everybody thinks about philosophy, even if they don't realize it's philosophy and even if they have no sense of the difficulty of the problems, the array of possible answers." — Rebecca Goldstein

20. "We [MIT Smart Cities research group] try to identify the fundamental underlying design assumptions that everybody takes as a sort of given and unchallengeable when you think about solving these problems. And we try to challenge those assumptions." — William J. Mitchell

21. "There are a group of people who would like to silence everybody and have everybody go along to get along, but that's not going to be very helpful for us in the long run, in terms of solving our problems. And somebody has to be courageous enough to actually stand up to, you know, the bullies." — Ben Carson

Everyone has problems quotes

22. "It's a very neurotic time we live in, this postanalytical period where everybody goes to a shrink to solve their problems." — Peter Riegert

23. "I think thinking about becoming an adult, and having to face up to your problems and face up to your insecurities, is difficult for everybody." — Mary Elizabeth Winstead

24. "I listen. I meet with everybody, I don't care what their political persuasion is - whether it be a labor union or small-business folks or individuals who have problems. But I meet with everybody and listen." — Tom Latham

25. "Everybody expects somebody else to solve our problems. Why should people leave politics entirely to politicians?" — Zohreh Ghahremani

26. "I think you have boundary problems," Groovy said.

"There's such a thing as too-strict boundaries, you know. You're all cut off from everybody."

"I am?". I felt just the opposite. I felt like I bled over everything, in an unseemly fashion, and my feelings for Sands was exacerbating this." — Rebecca Lee

27. "Everybody wants to solve everybody's problems." — Lara Flynn Boyle

28. "Be grateful for what you have and stop complaining - it bores everybody else, does you no good, and doesn't solve any problems." — Zig Ziglar

29. "If people are sick and hurting and lost, I guess it falls on everybody to address those problems in some fashion. Because injustice, and the price of that injustice, falls on everyone's heads." — Bruce Springsteen

30. "Why? What is so wonderful about mass murder that nobody in the history of the world has ever fond any smarter solution to problems than killing everybody who doesn't agree? Is that the limit of human intelligence?" — Richard Bach

31. "In everybody's life there's a point of no return. And in a very few cases, a point where you can't go forward anymore. And when we reach that point, all we can do is quietly accept the fact. That's how we survive." — Haruki Murakami

32. "Everybody's family has problems." — Greg Kinnear

33. "Not everybody has a talent for painting, or for the piano, or for dance. But we can write our way into the artist's head and into his problems and solutions. Or we can go there with another writer." — William Zinsser

34. "In life, you're going to have a lot of problems. Everybody's got problems. Some is worse than others. Some is sickness. Some, like me, you've got problems that you don't like that come up. But you've got to handle them." — Tom Benson

35. "I think that it was a great advantage to go into photography not knowing much about it. Not thinking. I think one of the problems with many photographers today is that they never see for themselves, but just like everybody else ..." — Robert Mapplethorpe

36. "Well, I think everybody is frustrated by the finances of the U.N. and the inability to solve problems of war and peace." — George H. W. Bush

37. "Now, no matter what background you come from, there is nobody in this world who can say that their life is without troubles. Everybody faces problems at some point in their life. All that matters is how you deal with it." — Shahid Kapoor

38. "Laugh at your problems; everybody else does." — Seneca The Younger

39. "I think that in some ways everybody is like Roger. Everybody thinks that when their friends have a problem, that they know the answer and that it's much easier to analyze the problems of other people than your own." — Jennifer Beals

40. "If we can get everybody working or as many as we can, you would be amazed at how many of our problems will disintegrate, go away." — Kenneth Langone

41. "Everybody goes through obstacles and problems and issues and turn their backs on people that we are fond of and love just because we hurt, and everybody goes through that." — Boris Kodjoe

42. "We need to start thinking about the needs of the American people before we go and solve everybody else's problems." — Benjamin Carson

43. "The Marines don't have any race problems. They treat everybody like they're black." — Daniel James Jr.

44. "As parents one of the biggest jobs we have, is teaching our children how to resolve problems effectively. We live in an era where everyone is quick to act the fool over simple issues. As we used to say when I was on the streets, 'everybody wants to cut a movie'." — Drexel Deal

45. "I thought that young people had more problems than old people ... Then I looked around and saw that everybody who looked young had young problems and that everybody who looked old had old problems." — Andy Warhol

46. "Art and writing come from somewhere down around the lizard brain. It's a much more peculiar activity than we like to think it is. The problems arise when we try to domesticate the practice, to pretend that it's a normal human activity and that "everybody's creative." They're not." — Dave Hickey

47. "I have the same problems that everybody else does." — Sylvia Browne

48. "If you buy a man who is half dead, everybody may be happy off the field, but on the field you'll have major problems." — Arsene Wenger

49. "Everybody has problems. Everyone has issues." — Ann Romney

50. "Everybody has problems." — Tanya Tucker

51. "Everybody has problems. Some people just hide their crap better than others."  Ned Vizzini

52. "Marriage is marriage. Everybody has problems." — Mel Gibson