Pain 2

In general usage, “sense” and “feel” have the same meaning. However, in special usage, they do not. For example, “I sense pain” is a little bit different from “I feel pain“.

I feel pain

~ I sense that my body is hurt

~ My mind has got the data “my body is hurt”

I sense pain

~ I sense that I feel pain

~ I sense that I sense that my body is hurt

~ My mind has got the data “I feel pain”

sensing ~ getting data of the outside world

feeling ~ a state of the mind

— Me@2013-11-16 3:43 PM

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