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  • Title: PoSA: Chapter X: Philosophy of Freedom and Monism
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    • Godhead whose very existence is suffering, believes that this divine Being has
    • suffering and redemption.”
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter XIII: The Value of Life
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    • dissatisfaction and suffering. If at last the blind urge is dulled, then all
    • an all-wise Being, however, could only be release from suffering, and since
    • all existence is suffering, release from existence. The purpose of the
    • Human beings are parts of the world. In them God suffers. He has created
    • them in order to split up His infinite pain. The pain each one of us suffers
    • sexual enjoyment is followed by the suffering of childbirth and the nursing
    • and therefore will not admit to ourselves that we suffer through the
    • the hurts suffered through being slighted as smaller than they are. At the
    • time he suffered from being slighted he felt it just because he was
    • self-observation. Nevertheless, his judgment will be misled. The sufferings,
    • quantity of displeasure a man suffers is so great that no hope (credit) of
    • we suffer under it. This is proof that pleasure has value for us only so
    • who starve, and to the amount of displeasure such people suffer indirectly
    • When sufferings and misery have toned down our desire and yet our aim is
    • for, he will fight against all suffering and pain. Philosophy would first
    • suffering. They are his intuitions, the driving forces spanned by his

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