The Giver

According to the giver, what is the purpose of remembering pain? What example of the purpose does he give Jonas

chapter 14-15

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Pain is a part of life. Pain also helps people appreciate pleasure. The Giver answers that it gives them wisdom. For example, one year when the citizens petitioned for more births to increase the population of Laborers, The Giver used his memories to remember the starvation and warfare that resulted from overpopulation, although Jonas does not yet know war. Since the Committee of Elders did not want to know about the pain, he merely advised them against it, and they acquiesced.