Our relatives can hurt us more than our enemies

by June 2, 2013

Natural psychology dictates that although one can suffer harm from an enemy and not mind so much because pain inflicted by an enemy is natural, when one is hurt by the strong words of a relative, one suffers the effects continually, day and night, and sometimes the injury becomes so intolerable that one commits suicide.

Srimad Bhagavatam 4.3.19 purport

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