Man is fond of counting his troubles, but he does ...

Quote of the Day
Fedor Dostoevsky Quote

Man is fond of counting his troubles, but he does not count his joys. If he counted them up as he ought to, he would see that every lot has enough happiness provided for it. - Fedor Dostoevsky

Add this Quote to my Quote Book

Category: Famous Quotes

Quote Tags: Ought, Provided, Happiness, Troubles, Counting, Fond, Counted, Joys, Count

Quotation source / reference: unknown

Play over 1,000 Puzzles Online! >>>

 More: Fedor Dostoevsky Quotes, Fedor Dostoevsky Goods

More Fedor Dostoevsky Quotes
Author Information

Russian novelist 1821-81 think of great tomes such as The Idiot and Crime and Punishment

Author Keywords: Novelist, Russian

Get this quote on a T-shirt!

Other Authors

Anita Loos, E M Forster, Angela Carter, Isak Dinesen, Gail Godwin

© Know the Web Ltd 2002-2015  |   Help  |   Advertise  |   Links  |  Home  |  Content Management System by: Clarity Media   |   Contact Us

Quotes & Authors

Author Quotes (A - Z) Popular Authors
Funny quotes Celebrity quotes Business quotes Sports quotes Famous quotes Political quotes Inspiring quotes Movie quotes Silly quotes Insurance quotes
Lists Anagrams General Election Quotes Browse Search Literature Quotes Best Quotes Fictional Characters Popular Quotes Favorite Quotes By Event Research Quotes Job / Occupation Keywords Topics Proverbs Phrase Finder
Wordy Puzzle - Word Puzzles Online