Do we tolerate pain—or heal it?

My friend climbed aboard the toboggan with her husband and one of their two boys. It was the first run down the hill that winter. The snow barely covered the leaves, and halfway down the hill the toboggan was already a speeding blur.

Suddenly my friend remembered that the previous winter they had discovered an abrupt drop at the bottom of the hill. It was to be avoided. But now they were heading straight for it. No way to brake or turn. No time to roll everyone out. She felt a surge of fear—and then the crash.

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