By the way we face unavoidable suffering
When we cannot avoid suffering or change an adverse situation despite every possible effort to do so, there is only thing left to do. We must suffer bravely with dignity. Suffering is difficult. It takes the greatest of courage to bear the greatest of suffering. Such a situation could be a terminal illness or the loss of a loved one. But as Frankl wisely put it, “Suffering ceases to be suffering the moment we find a meaning, such as the meaning of a sacrifice.”
We too must answer the questions that life has given us. What will we choose to live and fight for? Are we using our unique opportunities to carry out the tasks that life has set for us? Are we becoming all that we can be for the sake of someone or something? What meaning can we create for our lives?