A friend recommended Graham Greene’s novel “A Burnt-Out Case”. I am on page 32 but there are already many sentences, which I underlined.
“If no change means peace, this certainly was peace.”
“He had a passion for slaughtering any living thing, as though only man had the right to a natural death.”
And my favorite: “Suffering is something which will always be provided when it is required.”
By all means, suffering isn’t scarce. (Although, once I wrote a novel about a young man who embarked on a quest for suffering.)