Conversely, not all moral codes embrace suffering but instead work towards easing suffering. For instance, Christianity lends itself towards humanitarian efforts. These efforts can come in many forms, one of which is advocacy. One instance that supports this idea is when the archbishop of York spoke out against cutting overseas aid in the UK, saying that they had both a social and moral obligation to aid in eradicating the unnecessary suffering of other people. 
The case shows that in advocating for the maintenance of international aid, the moral code held by the archbishop works to ease suffering as opposed to embracing it.