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Human suffering - Jessica Lester Mr Creech English 102 May...

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Jessica Lester Mr. Creech English 102 May 5, 2005 Human Suffering Human suffering happens everyday, everywhere, in many types and ways all around us. We do not always see it, but that does not mean it does not exist. Looking at the definition of the verb (to) suffer, feel or undergo pain; sustain damage or loss; we see that suffering is something that can happen because of more than one action. (Webster) Even a person who thinks that they are perfect can suffer. A person reading this would believe that suffering is a test. It is a test of your faith, your faith in God. As long as we keep faith the suffering will stop, and better things will happen and develop. Yes, suffering does have meaning. It happens because of certain, different reasons. Losing a loved one, someone who you were close too, can send you into a state of depression. A loved one is a person who was apart of you. When they go, you start to wonder when you will go. You suffer mentally. God could potentially test even his best followers. This would explain the unexplained suffering. If our mind is not on the right path we could cause ourselves mental anguish. We would suffer mentally because of our desire and cravings. Even if you make it past all that, you could suffer physically by the hands of others. Some sick and demented person could find a reason and the force to
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persecute you. No matter how it happens it is still suffering. It can be avoided in one case,
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