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But in order for you to understand where this misconception of people comes from, to shy away from pleasures and to praise suffering, I will reveal to you the whole picture and explain what this man who discovered the truth, whom I would call the architect of a happy life, said. Indeed, no one rejects, despises, avoids pleasures just because they are pleasures, but only because those who do not know how to use pleasures intelligently experience great suffering. Just as there is no one who, having loved, would prefer and would demand suffering just because it is suffering, and not because other times there are circumstances when suffering and pain bring some and considerable pleasure.
To use the simplest example, who among us would do any strenuous exercise if it did not bring any benefit? And who could justly reproach the desire for pleasure, which would not bring any trouble, or who would avoid such suffering, which would not bring with it any pleasure? But we shun and believe that those who have succumbed to the temptation and depraved temptations that give them pleasure, and without consciousness of passion did not foresee what suffering and what misfortunes await them, deserve just indignation.
They are as guilty as those who refuse to do their duty because of mental weakness, that is, because of a desire to avoid suffering and pain. However, it is very easy and simple to make a difference, because when we are free and we are given the full opportunity to choose what we want, when nothing prevents us from doing what we like best, any pleasure should be considered desirable, and any suffering disgusting . But in some circumstances - or at the request of debt, or due to some necessity often have to forget about pleasures and not run away from burdens.
Therefore, the sage adheres in this case to the following principle of choice - either by giving up pleasure, he gets some other and even great pleasures, or, suffering, he gets rid of the more cruel.