Can anything good come out of suffering?

Nothing. Nothing good comes out of suffering. Only more suffering.

To suffer is to die a little each day. Inch by inch. Hour by hour. Day by week, by month, by year, you lose the faith. The faith that sustained you.

The faith that maintained your soul and spirit. The suffering mauls at you. It tears you apart it as fodder for the suffering of tomorrow. The faith you had that mankind was inherently good. It lies beaten gasping for air – It cannot breathe.

You beleived that inside of the human condition there dwells a light. A light that is a beacon to the spirit of endeavor that you gave to mankind but mankind stamped it out. The suffering of the Evil of mankind: the selfishness, the greed, the jealousy, the cruelty.

The inhumanity to the innocent and the joy of Evil’s destruction by the inhuman serpents of sin; they slave of Satan. The faith it fades as you do each day. The suffering is final. A virus it spreads on the altar of hypocrisy; mankind’s cloak of deceit. Then you die. For a moment you die.

Your beating heart so worn by the suffering fades, almost silent, only a quiver of life.

The thunder that awakens the first beat of freedom is heard by the world.

The Injustice, the loss of democracy, the failure of human rights. The world rises to bring the armies of peoples to the pulsating blood life of mankind — humanity.

You are alive again as spears of anger of damnation to all those who bullied you, who trod on you as if you were the dirt, who laughed as you screamed in pain.

The people are with you. The revolution has begun. The revolution of understanding. That Evil is there to be extinguished not to defeat you but to empower you.

You bring back the light, the dreams and the hope.

Then the Retribution. The Revenge of the Good; Justice. The Laws of the Land and the ruling of God.

The suffering is no more. The pain remains — it never leaves.

The Evil screams. It screams for an eternity.

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