Transcending Suffering

Philosophy and Culture 32 (1):169-180 (2005)

Human suffering is inescapable fate. It is unique because of the person's dignity as a human being to the people present. Suffering is not a disaster. With human life and dignity as an inalienable and transferable. It can not go beyond, because, beyond the means suffering. Suffering is the inevitable fate of human beings. It's expressed to people due to their dignity as a human being. Suffering is not a disaster; as one's life and dignity, it is inseparable and inalienable. It can't be transcended, because transcendence implies suffering
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