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A Grateful Dog Is Better Than An Ungrateful Man

A Grateful Dog Is Better Than An Ungrateful Man

I think every one of us gets annoyed when we help someone and they don’t bother to even say “thank you.” There are so many ungrateful people in this world that one can’t help but feel angry about it. Below are popular quotes about ungrateful people that I think you will find inspiring.

“Ungratefulness is worse than cancer; it eats away at your soul; blinding your heart and eyes to the beauty and miracles that are all around us each day in our lives. “ – Geraldine Vermaak

“Never let ungrateful remarks prevent you from doing what you feel is right and good. Let God be your judge.” – Terry Mark

“A grateful dog is better than an ungrateful man.” – Saadi

“Earth produces nothing worse than an ungrateful man. “ – Decimius Magnus Ausonius

“Ingratitude is always a kind of weakness. I have never known men of ability to be ungrateful.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“The saddest of all hearts is one without gratitude.” – Tom Krause

“A complaining tongue reveals an ungrateful heart. “ – William Arthur Ward

“A grateful person is rich in contentment. An ungrateful person suffers in the poverty of endless discontentment. “ – David A. Bednar

“The man who is ungrateful is often less to blame than his benefactor. “ – François de La Rochefoucauld

“You’ll never see a happy ungrateful person. “ – Zig Ziglar

“Ungrateful people breed negativity. No one gets any pleasure from giving to an ungrateful person. When you show appreciation, the object of your attention blossoms and flourishes. “ –  Paul McCabe

“As you get older and wiser you realize that when people are given anything without having to earn it (unless they are physically or mentally utterly incapable of earning anything), they become ungrateful and lazy. They also become less happy.”  

“Ungrateful people complain about the one thing you haven’t done for them instead of being thankful for the thousands of things you have done for them.” 

Mary Wright