The ability to suffer well does not rest so much in the didactics of the outward circumstance, but rather, is determined by one's ability to choose dignified grace
rather than self-pity.
The final outcome of any situation is reliant upon the perception of participant or viewer.
For in the end, the opened arms may be found empty, the opened mind may need
time to reflect, but the opened soul will soar weightlessly like a dove in the clouds