Subjectivity of Pain

You can't measure or judge someone's pain in numbers or in words. Two people can have the same injury but very different feeling toward the pain. One might be more resilient to pain, ignoring it. Other one might be very sensitive to pain, feeling handicapped. One's perception of pain doesn't make one stronger or weaker …

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How stress works: you are like a child in the room.You use some stuff then you don't.Or you repeatedly keep using the same stuff and don't use the other things at all.You keep your stuff back in place or maybe you don't.The more disorganized your room becomes,the more difficult your life gets when trying to …

Why sacrifice is the greatest of all teachers

Self-realization is the most powerful motivator in the world. And it can only be achieved by experiencing loss. It is a high price to pay because we don't want to experience pain. But unless we fail, we don't change. Loss and pain are due in process of self-exploration and discovery. They just happen when we …

Wound

When you hold in your tears it hurts.The pain hurts you from within while testing your limits.When you let go you feel relieved.There is no meaning in holding on to your suffering.Crying is not only for the weak.Those who choose to cry,choose to live with no agony.And I don't see a more smarter choice than …