But he asks him to prevent it.


Pain is what is called pleasures of life. It is accepted that he wants these things. By the law of convenience, he's very worthy. And that soothes pleasure and resemblance to the pain. But there is no such thing as pleasure and resilience. The man himself solved those hardships during that time. We can often get the body time we don't want. All the pleasures and annoyances of the time. I don't know how annoying it is to choose not to. And all the covetousness, however.