Essay heading: Is Suffering An Inescapable Part Of Life? Are There Any Advantages?

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August 13, 2004

 

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Suffering also plays a large role in appreciating life by giving people a reason to make the most of the time, things, and relationships they have, while they have them. Seeing how quickly suffering can strike and change lives, makes people realize just how precious life is. We see this often times when someone loses a loved one and are left to question if they told that person enough how important they were to them...
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We see this often times when someone loses a loved one and are left to question if they told that person enough how important they were to them. Many times when we lose something or someone close to us, we make sure to learn from that loss and grow from it. If suffering did not exist in daily living, how would anyone be able to know what true joy and happiness feels like? How would be we able to to learn to appreciate our lives and the people and things in them? Would we have faith or believe in something greater? As you can see, suffering really is an important part of life and it makes a difference in lives every day...
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