What is pain?

What Does pain Mean

From the Latin poena , a penalty is the conviction , sanction or punishment that a judge or court imposes, as stipulated by law, on the person who has committed a crime or offense. For example: "The murderer of María Marta has been punished with life imprisonment" , "My son has to serve a sentence of five years in prison for fraud . "

According to the seriousness of the offense, there are different types of penalty. There are penalties that deprive the subject of his freedom (and oblige him to remain in jail or at home under house arrest regime), while others take away some right or faculty (such as the penalty to prohibit driving a traffic offender ).

There are also penalties that act against the individual's assets (a confiscation or a fine) and even penalties with corporal punishment .
A pity, on the other hand, is an internal illness or an emotional ailment: "I feel sorry for you, you have had to live very difficult situations , " I am sorry that my uncle does not find a job " , " It is a pity that Esteban cannot come to the party ” .
The death penalty
Also called capital punishment or execution, the death penalty is based on murdering a person who has been sentenced by the State , in the event that he has committed one of the so-called capital crimes . In many cases, this punishment has been applied both to criminals and to those who opposed a certain political movement . To date, it has been abolished and ironically penalized in the vast majority of countries, with Belarus, the United States, Japan and India being some of the exceptions.
In places where such questionable morality is still allowed , its purpose is to punish murders, acts of espionage, political treason and alleged sexual crimes , such as adultery or sodomy. As often happens in cases where someone decides for other human beings and imposes their ideas, there is a great ideological clash between those who accept and those who reject the death penalty. On the other hand, it is difficult to understand that in some countries they consider that killing is an act comparable to rejecting a religion and that, as if that were not enough, both are worthy of death and humiliation.
Many times, the death penalty has been and is used as a means to intimidate citizens, showing them what happens when the limits established by law are crossed . In 2007, the case of a Korean man who was shot in front of 150,000 people for trying to communicate with other countries was very popular. The act of barbarism took place in a sports stadium, with the clear intention that the entire country would see it. Ironically, after the sad spectacle was over, six more people were killed by avalanches.

Despite the degree of controversy that this type of sentence unleashes, the human being is characterized by its fickleness , for which a position can be reversed as soon as certain factors are altered that make it the least convenient for one. The same person who today opposes the death penalty may be the first to demand it if one of their loved ones is attacked or killed.
Another meaning
In several Latin American countries , the notion of grief refers to modesty , shyness or withdrawal : “Felicitas is sorry to walk past in her underwear , ” “Javier felt sorry and blushed after having confused the name of his wife's boss ” , “ It makes me sad to do something like that ” .

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