Pain and suffering go together. However they are different things. One is physical and mental. The other is something that can last a long time and usually involves hurt. I’m going to ponder this more and hopefully it can begin a conversation.
Pain And Suffering
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I am currently reading “the Book of Joy” with the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu. Edited by Doug Abrams. They discuss just such mental gymnastics as you have brought up in this post.