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sufficiently valuable to justify the investment of time or interest

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Nearly a fifth (18%) gave a rating of between 0 and four on the questions on life satisfaction and life feeling worthwhile.
* Better health About 57 percent of participants with worthwhile activity ratings of zero to two were in fair or poor health, compared to about 18 percent of those who scored nine to 10.
It was 7.9 out of 10 for people feeling that what they do in life is worthwhile, 7.5 for happiness and 2.9 for anxiety.
She said: "Homelessness is sadly an issue that affects many people in Scotland and as winter approaches, myself and some of my team are preparing to take part in this very worthwhile event, aimed at ending homelessness.
Participants were also asked to consider how worthwhile they felt things they did in their lives were.
"It is not a chore, we love playing for Tyrone, we love doing this, we love going to play football and days like this make it worthwhile. I am fighting hard for my place on this team."
It wasn't deemed worthwhile to make the External Tank reusable.
In the worthwhile rankings, Gateshead and Sunderland's residents had the highest worthwhile feeling, rating it 7.9 out of 10, whereas residents on North Tyneside and in County Durham were the most anxious, rating it 3.2 out of 10.
On the right, we've had the usual platitudes about flag and country, as if merely telling the story of an American military sniper is enough to make American Sniper a worthwhile movie.
"Waiting Is Not Easy!" is a fun title from the Elephant & Piggie series, in which humorous illustrations of a minimalist Elephant and Piggie show young readers that while waiting is not easy, sometimes it is very worthwhile. Amusing scenes depicting Elephant Groaning while being encouraged to wait yet a bit more are overwhelmingly cute.
A national well-being survey asked 165,000 adults how satisfying and worthwhile they find their lives and how happy and anxious they feel.
"But I think the view that has been missing so far is the view that says devolution was worthwhile fighting for in the 1980s and 1990s.
Those who have to travel have lower life satisfaction, a lower sense that their daily activities are worthwhile, are less happy and have higher anxiety than non-commuters, says the Office for National Statistics.
"What sort of Christmas are they going to have?" She added: "It was at that moment I decided to use my knowledge and contacts to organise a show in aid of this worthwhile cause."