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Pain an acute mental or emotional discomfort is experienced by everyone many times during the course of his or her lives This discomfort to a person may be the result of slipping on a patch of ice on the sidewalk or may be the result of working hard on ones homework Whatever the cause precautions can be taken to avoid pain like wearing a helmet while bicycling but painful situations pop up all the time Pain during the coarse of ones life is inevitable Misery mental suffering or extreme bodily suffering or discomfort extreme unhappiness may not be present for everyone and is more easily avoided than pain Misery usually occurs when many things go wrong or if one major thing in someones life goes wrong These things are meaningful and the misery involved is optional An example of this could be someone who goes to school but doesnt work fails and consequently ends up without a job and feels miserable This situation could have been avoided if the person had worked hard at school This demonstrates the fact that misery can be due to major losses or failures Therefore even though insignificant causes of pain are inevitable the things that mean the most can be maintained and misery is optional Pain can in some ways be prevented with the help of preventative measures like wearing a seat belt in a car a wearing a helmet and pads before going out biking Even though these measures are applied there are some things that cannot be controlled and luck also plays a factor in a person encountering pain First of all every time a person goes outside there is a chance that an accident will occur If someone looses control of their car on black ice hits a tree and gets injured it really is not their fault One could say that this could
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