Is "you must internalize someone else's pain into your own pain" grammatically correct?

It basically means you not only need to understand other people's pain, but you should also feel and treat the pain as if it was your own.

I have to use the work "internalize", and want to know if the rest of the sentence after "internalize" is grammatically correct and whether "pain" after "own" can also be omitted.

And, dose it mean the same as "you should think of someone else's pain as your own?"

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    Why do you 'HAVE' to use it? Any specific reason?
    – Varun Nair
    Mar 30, 2021 at 11:44
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    It's unnecessarily wordy. You must internalise someone else's pain says it all. Into your own pain adds nothing to the meanng. Mar 30, 2021 at 12:36


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