Wednesday, February 25, 2009

PAIN

Pain is a teacher.
It can blind you or it can teach you.
When you receive pain, often times, you have a choice.
You can let your pain blind you to that pain in others.
Or you can use it to learn to help yourself, and understand others.
You are not perfect.
There will be many times when you fail to live up to being the sort of person you want to be, but that doesn't mean you should give up.
There will be times in your life when you feel pain so intense, you don't think you can go on.
It will make you want to say, "To hell with it".
For if they can't help you with your pain, why would you choose to help someone else with theirs?
Life is short, right?
That trap is one of life's most insidious. But if you can somehow drive through it, you can gain a divine understanding.
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8 comments:

अविनाश said...

born in to pain & hurt
growing in pain & hurt
livin in pain & hurt
wakin in pain & hurt
cryin in pain & hurt

i knw nothin othr then pain &hurt
i shed tears 2 end d pain & hurt
but all i get is pain and hurt

is thr nothingother then pain & hurt
in dis painful & hurtful world??

I still want 2 feel passion, I want 2 feel pain. I want 2 weep at the sound of her name.

Come OH MY PAIN!! make me laugh, come make me cry... just make me feel alive......

Vikas Gupta said...

Well said!

"No pain, No gain!" Every dark cloud has a silver lining!

Easier said than done!

I once wrote this:

the world is pain, indubitably
that all of us have to undergo
bear torture and damage,incalculably
and inflict some, on friend and foe!

MAN IN PAINTING said...

true.
very nice post.
wishes
take care.

Chirag said...

Pain is actually a pretty cools, makes you cherish, the good times. and value it.

J P Joshi said...

"Pain is a teacher.
It can blind you or it can teach you." Well said. It is worthwhile to remember the famous saying, 'Nanak dukhiya sab sansar'..... and then plod along. I also consider this to be the divine understanding that you allude to in the end.

i am what i am said...

@avinash: beautiful!!!! i just wish i could write like you avinash. like i always say your comments are always better than my posts.

@vikas: true. its so easy to read and write all this. if only we could apply it in our lives.

i am what i am said...

@man in painting: thank you

@chirag: yeah true.

@jp joshi: i agree asir. like you said that too is a divine understanding if we really understand what guru nanak ji was referring too. i never thought on those lines. thank you sir for referring to it.

Dr Roshan R said...

profound... the value of pain as a teacher can never be undrestimated

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