In a mysterious way, as Christ was suffering
on the cross, He also had in mind the personal sins of each one of us.
The researchers observed a correlation for increases in visual preference for suffering
due to compassion training with decreases in the amygdala, which is involved in negative valence, arousal, and physiological responses typical of fear and anxiety states.
Interpreting his death as intended by the Father can lead us to think that our share of misery and suffering
is willed by God.
Tabb compares how three prominent first-century writers--the Roman Stoic Seneca, the Hellenistic Jew who wrote 4 Maccabees, and the Christian historian who wrote the Gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles--accounted for the persistent presence of suffering
in the world.
Toward this end, the themes (Miller et al., 2016) for these competencies--bridging prevention to illness, life span, generations, biopsychosocial continuums, personally and culturally sensitive care--point toward a philosophy for integration and are encompassed in a primal goal of medicine, the relief of suffering
Whether from the loss of a loved one, a cancer diagnosis, or a natural disaster, everyone experiences suffering
Today's first reading and Gospel feature figures who were willingly defined by suffering
, for it was through their suffering
that they were able to show their true face to the world.
In addition to physical symptoms like rapid loss of weight, dry coughs, recurring fever, digestive complications and muscle pains, this disease comes with psychological complications like depression, isolation, feeling of guilt, shame, despair and anger that will inflict severe pain and suffering
in its cases .
Ironically, the second truth Buddhism has to offer is that the way through suffering
is just that: straight through it.
We look at suffering
as a travelling companion on the road towards progress.
In Part I Daniel Harrington starts with the tradition that informed Jesus' own life, listing the five approaches to suffering
found in Hebrew Scriptures.
For the third year in a row, Bulgaria in 2012 once again had the negative distinction of leading the global suffering
Synopsis: A quarter or more of residents in 20 countries rated their lives poorly enough last year to be considered "suffering
." Those countries span most world regions, including six places in crisis-hit Europe.
Gallup considers people to be suffering
if they rate their current lives a 4 or lower and their lives in five years a 4 or lower.
And one must also realise that to have the body as a human being is a great boon but it also means having a great deal of suffering
is there so long as you are not able to detach yourself from it.