Why is that good people suffer the most? Not comparing with the pain inflicters.

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  1. Writershaw profile image61
    Writershawposted 18 months ago

    Why is that good people suffer the most? Not comparing with the pain inflicters. Keep karma aside!

  2. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 18 months ago


    I doubt there is any evidence to suggest "good people" suffer the most. Gullible and naïve people do get easily taken advantage of. Each of us is responsible for looking out for #1.
    The reality is it's not about "karma" either.
    No matter who you are or what you have done you're going to have some great times and horrible times. That's just life!
    Once we accept that as a fact we're not overwhelmed when "our turn" comes. Pain and joy are temporary moments in one's life.
    We just have to learn to ride the waves!

    1. Writershaw profile image61
      Writershawposted 18 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you!

  3. Brinafr3sh profile image79
    Brinafr3shposted 18 months ago

    It's because the pain makes good people stronger in a few ways, it build character as well. The pain inflicters are very weak people. It's been said that "hurt people, hurt others." But actually pain inflicters/hurt people will eventually reap the rotten stuff they have sown.

    1. Writershaw profile image61
      Writershawposted 18 months agoin reply to this

      That wasn't the question. But thank you!

    2. Brinafr3sh profile image79
      Brinafr3shposted 18 months agoin reply to this

      Well your welcome, hope it helps someone though.

  4. Sri T profile image77
    Sri Tposted 18 months ago

    When it comes to manners, slights or rude behavior, all suffering comes from one's own self. It is an illusion from the thoughts and imagination of the person suffering. Nothing and no one external has any power to cause mental harm. If a person is not aware of that secret of the mind, then they will falsely think they are suffering from the deeds of others. Others are empty of power. Their words, thoughts and opinions are void. Each person only feels their own feelings as a result of their own thoughts in reaction to what others appear to think, say or do. In reality nothing ever happens to an individual but his own thoughts, interpretations, and opinions of what he thinks has happened. If he is indifferent or don't care about what others think, say or do, and loves himself, he is free of the whole world and the illusion of suffering. But it takes awareness to break the habit of reacting to others behavior and opinions. All slights are illusions from wrong expectations and thoughts and should be ignored and forgotten. Freedom from suffering is possible when a person understands the illusion and knows that all people are empty of power to harm.

    1. Writershaw profile image61
      Writershawposted 18 months agoin reply to this

      I agree with it. We are so much entrapped in our conditioned egoic dualistic mind that it becomes almost impossible to be in touch with our essense. That'll help upto a great extend. Again, the karmic role that hits to good souls is strange.Thank you

  5. stas karimov profile image60
    stas karimovposted 18 months ago

    We live on the Devil's territory. Who uses deception, money, hatred is stronger now. ISIS is stronger than Christians. Adolf Hitler was strong and he destroyed millions of weak people. But hatred united all the people of the planet and people destroyed Adolf Hitler.
    The devil is evil. ISIS can not be winner!
    Good people suffer because they refuse deception, money and hatred. But only good people can create Paradise on Earth. Only good people can create an information filter. Only good people can create universal weapon.
    If you want to be with Jesus Christ  (in the Kingdom of Heaven) you must be the weakest on Earth.
    If you want to be happy on Earth you must be the strongest.


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