“The great art of life is the sensation, to feel that we exist, even in pain,” said Lord Byron.
“A month before we were shipped off to Vancouver. I was trained for five days a week. It was boot camp training and I have never been sore in my life. Oh! My God! They kicked my butt. It was out of control. The latex suit showed all my contours so it was something I had to do. The guys had foam suits which had the muscles ready to cut into them. I had two trainers who would be screaming at me and I was almost in tears everyday. I was doing this workout everyday. About an hour and half but it was constant. Towards the end, we were doing dead lifts of 155 pounds. These were the things, which I have never imagined myself doing them. They pushed me to the limits,” said actress Malin Akerman for the film WATCHMAN
Yes! She is right. One should go under such torture. “There is no pain as great as the memory of joy in present grief,” is said by Aeschylus.
You can gain after pain. Smooth roads never travel to rock climbing success.
“We must embrace pain and burn it as fuel for our journey,” said by Kenji Miyazawa.
Pain is the part of life. You cannot dream of life without pain. Rejecting pain means rejecting success. A woman becomes mother after undergoing lots of pain. Ever best creation of the creature, takes place only after an unbearable pain suffered by a woman. That paining process defines mother’s new incarnation. It is rightly said that this is the new birth of a woman. You can understand the intensity of pain and sufferings up to what extend a woman has tolerated.
A true success comes after pain. Mother Teresa quotes, “I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love.”
“Given the choice between the experience of pain and nothing, I would choose pain” was profoundly supported by William Faulkner.
“India may be lucky with 6 percent growth; but spare a moment for a thought for those thousands who are in pain,” said Omkaar Goswami recently in the article of Business world, under the heading of ‘Understand their pain’.
Right now in the country, people who all are in automobile, diamond, export, foundries, machinery, cement plants, textile, chemical, etc…are smashed out by the current affairs and are found in pain.
How are they dealing today’s crunch? YES! They will come out faster than the research papers and figures will be traced out by various organisations. But today, they are in pain and they all will see better tomorrow and blooming rainbows in their lives in upcoming time.
I have watched the shortest distance between pain and success.
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