Pleasure/Pain the third pair of Worldly Winds. How quickly we learn this lesson. As children, we spend a day at the beach only to cry out in pain that night because of sunburn. As adults we enjoy a game of tennis, run a 10 K, or overdo planting a garden, and then we pay for it with knee, ankle, or back pain. In our old age we enjoy each and every day knowing our time is limited, but each day carries a little or lot of pain. Its part of the price of life.
Wisdom also teaches us to now be consumed by a strong rush of the worldly wind of pain. Let it pass over and through you, recognizing it will pass and can always be endured.
The same goes for a strong gust of pleasure. It can cause us to become unbalanced. I bet each of you know of experiences where the worldly wind of pleasure causes one to lose touch with reality.
Meditation is a good tool to handle the ever-changing worldly winds of Pleasure/Pain.