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6th Aug 2017, 12:19 PM

Dainpdf

Some time ago, I read an article where the writer commented on the necessity of pain as a part of the human condition.
At some point, they wondered whether, some time in the future, after the eradication of pain, people would look at that writing and think how ridiculous we were today, since we saw the inevitability of pain and sought to turn it into something positive.
Point is, Sandra reeks of desperation.

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4th Mar 2018, 10:39 PM

Random Reader

Actually I hope they never, EVER get rid of the physical sensation of pain. Pain is your body's way of telling you, "Houston, we have a problem here!" Pain is meant to help keep us from making injuries worse while they heal.

There are medical disorders which exist that render a person unable to feel pain. Such people can place a hand on a hot stove and not feel the pain that says "GET YOUR HAND OFF THIS THING IDIOT!" They can easily miss other conditions like appendicitis, because one of the major defining symptoms is pain in a very specific region of the belly. "Where does it hurt?" is one of the most common questions doctors use to figure out what's ailing you. Can you imagine how many would drop from heart attacks if no one ever got that classic pain radiating down the left arm??

As much as it sucks, a world without pain would actually be far more dangerous than the one we currently live in.

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