And I tell you, pleasure and pain have nothing to do with heaven or hell.
Sympathetic pain,--all I know of it I remember as a thing I used to suffer from years ago.
In spite of his defiance his heart sunk when he saw Rose again, for the pain
was worse, and the bath and blankets, the warming-pan and piping-hot sage tea, were all in vain.
Go therfore mighty powers, Terror of Heav'n, though fall'n; intend at home, While here shall be our home, what best may ease The present misery, and render Hell More tollerable; if there be cure or charm To respite or deceive, or slack the pain
Of this ill Mansion: intermit no watch Against a wakeful Foe, while I abroad Through all the coasts of dark destruction seek Deliverance for us all: this enterprize None shall partake with me.
It had come to pass that his wound pained
him but little.
And for some reason -- perhaps because Woggle-Bugs have stronger stomachs than boys -- the silver pellet caused it no pain
Both the community of property and the community of families, as I am saying, tend to make them more truly guardians; they will not tear the city in pieces by differing about `mine' and `not mine;' each man dragging any acquisition which he has made into a separate house of his own, where he has a separate wife and children and private pleasures and pains
; but all will be affected as far as may be by the same pleasures and pains
because they are all of one opinion about what is near and dear to them, and therefore they all tend towards a common end.
There are memories, and affections, and longings after perfect goodness, that have such a strong hold on me; they would never quit me for long; they would come back and be pain
As it was, it made me quite squeamish, though this nausea might have been due to the pain
of my leg and exhaustion.
Of course, the daily chant of ordinary pain
of training went on all the time through the working hours, such as of "good" bears and lions and tigers that were made amenable under stress, and of elephants derricked and gaffed into making the head-stand or into the beating of a bass drum.
Wohlgemuth, "On the feelings and their neural correlate, with an examination of the nature of pain
," "British Journal of Psychology," viii, 4.
One night when Beth looked among the books upon her table, to find something to make her forget the mortal weariness that was almost as hard to bear as pain
, as she turned the leaves of her old favorite, Pilgrims's Progress, she found a little paper, scribbled over in Jo's hand.
To all which his master said in reply, "I wish I had breath enough to speak somewhat easily, and that the pain
I feel on this side would abate so as to let me explain to thee, Panza, the mistake thou makest.
'Really, it's most provoking I canna put my hand to my side without your thinking I have a pain
Like a casque of scorching steel; And, though I was a soul in pain