If there is someone to share the pain with.The priest sees a woman writing something on a piece of paper and placing it in front of the shrine. One day, after the woman left, the priest brings the piece of paper and read it. It contained some of her sorrows. When he saw her later, the priest asked: why he was doing this? "I did so because I heard in a spiritual discourse, 'Bring all your troubles to church.' I am getting great relief anyway." she replied.
The greatest achievement in life is to find someone who can adapt to their problems. Some find it in classmates, while others find it in God. Having someone to open up about issues is more important than having anyone. Sensitivity is important, not the listener's problem-solving ability. While not all problems can be solved, the most comforting thing for them is being able to halve the weight of shared problems. The self-confidence that there is someone who cares about his crises.
For many, the means of survival are many. Some ways that only they can understand, find themselves and may seem strange to others. If such ways are comforted, they should not be blamed or ridiculed. But those who cannot find any shelter will be left destitute and their very existence may be in danger.