Why do they say ‘No pain, no gain’?

A lite bite

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

29th September, 2022

The simple answer could be as it is written in the book of Hebrews

“Our fathers disciplined us for a short time as they thought best, but God disciplines us for our good, so that we may share in His holiness. No discipline seems enjoyable at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it yields a harvest of righteousness and peace to those who have been trained by it.”

But here’s another way of looking at it.

‘Pain’ in French is bread.

Jesus is the bread of life. He says

I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to Me will never hunger, and whoever believes in Me will never thirst.

P is son of as in Welsh e.g. Pritchard, a surname, is P-Richard, originally Ap Richard, son of Richard.

Ain is ‘own’. It is also the first department in France on an alphabetical list, number one.


So pain is ‘Son of own’ or ‘Son of one’. Jesus is the one. Number 1 Son. The Father’s Son.

G is first letter of God but also represents the earth as in geo.

So gain is ‘God own’ or ‘God one’. Or perhaps ‘g-own’ or ‘g-one’ as in ‘gown’ and ‘gone’.

‘No’ in Greek can be ‘a’. Thus our English word from the Greek agnostic is a-gnostic, not knowing.

So we can have ‘No pain, no gain’ as ‘A pain, a gain’.

So if you don’t have Jesus, the bread of life you won’t gain life.

And Jesus who has gone out of sight into the cloud said He would come again.

So ‘No pain, No gain!’

It’s in the word or words.

And in the beginning was the Word…

P.S. Bonus  information.

Bread in Greek is ‘artos’

Anagrams of ‘artos’ include taros. Taro is a staple food like bread.


Author: alphaandomega21

Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector'sson. When not posting pages or paging posties, trying to be a good husband, and getting over a long term health issue, I am putting the world to rights. I have nothing better to do, so why not? But of course that includes dancing, being funny (in more than one sense), poking fun at life, poking fun at myself, deflating the pompous, reflating the sad. Seeking to heal the whole of the soul (and body where possible). In short making life as good as it possibly can be for others as well as myself. You can't say fairer than that. But if you can, please say. People need to know.

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