Quotations On Unhappiness

  • The most unhappy of all men is he who believes himself to be so.—Henry Home.
  • A perverse temper and fretful disposition will, wherever they prevail render any state of life whatsoever unhappy.—Cicero.
  • What do people mean when they talk about unhappiness? It is not so much unhappiness as impatience that from time to time possesses men, and then they choose to call themselves miserable.—Goethe.

  • The more refined one is, the more unhappy.—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov 
  • A man is as unhappy as he has convinced himself he is.—Seneca 
  • A man will be unhappy until he recognizes his true calling.—My Mother's Wisdom