At the height of his humiliation, as he is carrying his cross, beaten, worn, and flogged to a point where he can no longer do so himself, Jesus encounters what we now call 'the Daughters of Jerusalem'. Jesus turned and said to them, "Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me; weep for yourselves and for your children." It is in this moment that despite all his personal agony and humiliation, Jesus puts his own feelings, and his own hurt aside to reach out once more to whom he finds himself surrounded with.
What an amazing example we can find in this story for ourselves today. Even in our time of suffering, we must model ourselves on the life of Jesus, and reach out to those around us in need.