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A day of worry is more exhausting than a week of work
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"A day of worry is more exhausting than a week of work"

- John Lubbock

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This quote by John Lubbock speaks with the power of worry and how it can be more draining than effort. Fretting can be a kind of psychological exhaustion, as it can take up a great deal of energy and focus. It can be difficult to focus on anything else when stressing, and it can be challenging to relax and take a break from it. On the other hand, work can be a form of physical exhaustion, as it requires physical effort and can be tiring. Nevertheless, it can likewise be a form of mental stimulation, as it can assist to keep the mind active and engaged. The quote suggests that worrying can be more draining than work, as it can use up more mental energy and can be more difficult to take a break from. It is important to bear in mind that both worrying and work can be stressful, and it is important to take breaks and find ways to manage tension.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by John Lubbock between April 30, 1834 and May 28, 1913. He/she was a famous Statesman from United Kingdom. The author also have 12 other quotes.

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