5 thoughts on “The Angel of Pain”

  1. More beautiful than pain!

    Come to Thailand – with some $ of course. You will see the right person immediately..and they are very good doctors.

    What a nightmare the US medical non-system is :O

  2. Sekhmet the lionheaded egypt goddess is a good symbol of pain. She is often interpreted as more cruel side of the catheaded goddess Bastet. Sekhmet likes to use her knives for bloody purposes, sometimes to cut Apep the snake, sometimes to kill other enemies. When I feel very ill and have to get up from bed to get some medicine, I often see Sekhmet in my dreams cutting my ribs with her knives until I’m fully awake and more or less ready to go to pharmaceutical store. She is not death, she is a doctor, but definitely painful doctor.

  3. I am pain. It is brought to the ones that are non altruistic. I drag them into understanding. I can’t stand myself but can make others better. I prey upon those that are strong and unwieldy yet unfortunately have to visit the the weak and infirm as well. I am the opposite of pleasure. Yet, without me you couldn’t comprehend the emotional response of a pleasant kiss, touch or word. I exist to inflict pain because otherwise, you could never experience Joy. I apologise but am a necessity for life.

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