We can if, in each personal suffering and in those of others, we recognize a shadow of his infinite suffering, an aspect, an expression of his. Then, each time this suffering shows itself, we do not distance ourselves from it, but accept it fully as if we were accepting him. Forgetting ourselves, we cast our whole being into what God asks of us in the present moment, in the neighbor he places before us, motivated only by love. Then, very often we will see our suffering vanish as if by some magic, and only love remains in the soul.
Cardinal Francis Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan, Testimony of Hope, pg 93.