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Buddhadharma : Fall 2011
39 fall 2 01 1 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly We need to learn how to turn toward suffering, really take it in, find the meaning in it, and let it open a path for us to a new life. it also be useful in this way? Is the history we were thrust into after our fall from Eden not only inevitable but also something we needed to go through, something that benefited us more than remaining in a static paradise? We’re all looking to get rid of suffering. We’re looking for a way to be consistently happy. But maybe that’s not actually so good. Accepting suffering as part of our lives doesn’t mean we give up hope or stop wanting some things to be different. For example, if someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, of course you will hope and search for a cure. You can accept the fact of the diagnosis at the same time that you do everything possible to ameliorate it. There is no contradiction between photo ams4221_flickr