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People can wear pain on the outside like a mask, hiding them from the world, but it also can hide deep within them waiting to be freed by some emotional circumstance. Oddly enough, pain is one on the most feared apprehensions in the mind of humans, yet in some situations, is the most rejoiced. In this paper I will take a close look at pain, from it's true meaning to real life occurrences in which pain is a reality.We all know what pain feels like, for everyone has experienced it at one time in their lives. There are two dimensions of pain; the physical and the emotional pain. Physical pain is a sensation of pure discomfort. For example, when you are walking through your house and stump your toe on a table leg, you don't just stand there and say, "That hurt." You yell loudly to the world (either nice or naughty) that you stumped your toe.
The physical aspects of pain can vary greatly from a sharp prick with a shot to the excruciating pain of childbirth.Emotional pain has to be the most horrid, in my opinion, of all types of pain. It feels as if your insides are being wrenched out. When my girlfriend and I broke up, I felt as if she had ripped my heart out and I was standing there watching while she stomped on it.
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At the time of the actual birth, I assume, it is very painful. But, when that precious bundle of joy comes out and those motherly instincts kick in, you forget there was any pain at all. You see, without the pain, your child would not have been born into this beautiful world we live in. Even though many would disagree, pain can be a good thing.Then, there is the needless pain around us.
An example would be a terminally ill patient that has to suffer everyday through the agony of their disease. Watching their own bodies wither away into nothingness, while they can do nothing to prevent it. Or a little girl who was brutally raped because her tormentor enjoyed her pain. The little victim would not only suffer physical injuries, but also emotional pain that will scar her for life. These individuals did not wish this form of pain upon themselves; it just happened.
In summary, there is no escaping pain. Pain is one of the realities of life, whether it be physical or emotional. It is one of those feeling that everyone in there life will eventually experience. There is no hiding from it because, like death, where ever you go, it will follow. Of all the different types of pain, no matter who you are, it will eventually change your life in some way. Life without pain would be like man without woman.