You know the first noble truth does not say that life is suffering and that is "bad"
The end of suffering is not reffered to as "good" either. And from what ive tead lord Buddha maintained a "noble silence on the workings of karma"
It is so onyetestimg that you responnded the way you did without suffering we have no open-broken-heart, no compassion. No poetry and art and the purity of inyerbeing in that way
Without suffering we wpuld have no Chogyam Tringpa, never mind
Tom Waits (he is my favorite song writer--butje's so much more. Whst makes a "precious human life" is understanding that on suffering thete is also woven onto ot is universal liberation from all of the sophistry of bad and good
Just think how ypu feel when
Ypu shed tears joy- sadness at the same time. Like when youre proud of a child but know beautiful loss of immaturity of the child at the same time. Bodhichitta as view is the open broken heart.