The traditional answer is no, because God is immutable and impassible, and to suffer
is to change or to be changed.
I will first describe how the remembrance of liberative suffering provides an effective way to bridge gaps among people who suffer
, even while the same memory also has the potential to stoke the flames of violence and vengeance.
If I had not been willing to suffer
Adam's actions and attitudes as I did, I wouldn't have had the opportunity to listen late one Wednesday night on the steps of our church building as with odd lucidness he articulated the pain he carried over being abandoned by his father.
They were also three times more likely to suffer
complications like a blood clot and around eight times as likely to suffer
high blood pressure.
Chinese drink very little red wine and suffer
fewer heart attacks than us.
Diving into Crisis: A Modest Technique I suspect that quite a number of writing teachers suffer
with this problem at different times and to different degrees.
This is obvious for those with celiac disease, but for the people who suffer
subtler forms of intolerance, it could take years to discover sensitivity.
RSPCA inspectors routinely see cases of animals that, without intervention, are likely to suffer
but they are not legally allowed to do anything.
Disabled people do not necessarily 'suffer
' from their physical or psychological differences; they suffer
, as non-disabled people do, from the cultural representations that are placed upon them.
OTTAWA -- As many Canadians suffer
from major depression as from other leading chronic health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes or a thyroid problem, says a report recently released from the Canadian Community Health Survey.
As David Swann points out in Gordon Legge's profile in this issue, ordinary Iraqis are suffering dreadfully--and will suffer
more if war breaks out.
The stigma that these people suffer
, both as pain patients on opioid medications in general and as former patients of accused doctors in particular, tends to foreclose most opportunities for effective continuing care," he said last August in a written statement that announced he would be closing his practice.
Our liability to suffer
and our capacity for wisdom are intimately intertwined, and we must take care lest our mandate to minimize the one extinguish the other.
The humanist cannot appeal to karma and say that those who suffer
deserve to suffer
because they acted wrongly in a past life.
Hands placed too near heat suffer
progressive tissue damage.