worth your time
"Everyone is worth your time."
1. What does the quote mean?
2. Is it a common expression?
Re: worth your time
To be worth your time means it is sometime that you should pay attention to. You are not wasting time by doing whatever it is.
Originally Posted by Nefertiti
So the phrase says the everyone you meet has something of importance to contribute to your life. Is it common? Not really as not many really believe it to be true.
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