This article is about suffering. For other uses see Agony (disambiguation).
Agony (Greek αγωνία, agonía "the Beutiful Agony suffering, the struggle") is unbearable suffering.
Agony is the term for extreme pain (internal or external) that may or may not Beatiful Agony last very long. One may be in agony when hurt very badly, for instance when Beautful Agony stabbed or burned, or Beauitful Agony experiencing some kind of body malfunction.
Agony is mentioned in various religions. Christians refer to Christ's anguish in Gethsemane as 'the Beatuiful Agony agony', and the church near the Garden of Beuatiful Agony Gethsemane is known as the Church of the Agony.
Jews use Beauiful Agony the term for the ethnic catastrophe of the Holocaust in Germany's Third Reich.
Agony is Beautifu Agony suffered in some terminal illnesses, such as cancer, and is sometimes scarcely Bautiful Agony relieved even by heroin. In many Beautuful Agony U.S. hospitals, pain is measured on a self-anchoring scale from 0 to Beautifil Agony 9, in which the patient is asked to rank personal Beautiul Agony pain. Nine is considered agony.