Suffering is painful state, wherein a person is dissatisfied with the present situation of “Status Quo”. Biblical and Islamic scriptures explain this as a duo of “David and Solomon” and “Daud and Suleiman” respectively. Sanatan Dharma explains the same as duo of Dhritrashtra and Duryodhan. David, Daud or Dhritrashtra is symbolic representation of “Awareness of Ignorance”. At the same time, Solomon, Suleiman or Suyodhan (Duryodhan) is symbolic representation of “Anger”.

Please note a makeable difference between “Suffering” and “Distress”. When a person has “Hope” to eliminate the cause, it can be called as Suffering. And when a person does not have any hope, it is called “Distress”. Suffering is slightly more intense than “Sadness”. You now know that one human layer comprises of Ignorance, Physical Weakness and Sadness as depicted through brothers named Dhritrashtra, Pandu and Vidur in the epic of Mahabharata.

This certainly means that Sufferings do not need a visible cause. Suffering is hence an attitude and biological constituent of human life. The anger against the situation of suffering is the first step towards successful journey of “Truth”.

In the book, Miteiya speaks about suffering at various junctures. More intense decoding can be seen during decoding of “Prometheus”, “Prophet Job” and Jesus Christ.