I guys, I'm wondering to make a tattoo but I have been struggling a bit for the words to use; the first idea was "until it's worth" (abbreviated like 'till it's worth) but the meaning that I'm looking for is not like "play the game untill is worth then stop", rather "work untill all the struggle is not invain" It has to be as short as possible, so maybe "make it worth"? Any other slang that match the meaning? I really like the "untill" construct but I'm afraid the meaning will be the opposite
"Till it's worth it" is what you'd put. "Till" is a word that means "until." It's not a contraction of "until," so there's no apostrophe beforehand. It's its own word. Even Shakespeare used it.
"Let me stand here till thou remember."
-Romeo (Romeo and Juliette by William Shakespeare, Act 2, Scene 2)
Also, "invain" isn't a word. It's "in vain."
Finally, "make it worth" is nonsense. Don't get that tattooed on you. You could put "Make it worth it." You could also put "Make it worthwhile," but that doesn't seem very tattoo-y.