Answer: Bad. Characters must suffer. It’s what drives readers to read the book. They want to see how the character gets out of the situation(s) you place her or him in—or if s/he will. And not only should that character suffer, but we should see her or him suffer, too. It’s one thing to be told that a character is suffering, but it’s a whole other (and better) thing to show the suffering—let us be a part of it with all of our senses. Readers need to see your character hurting, wanting for something and unable to have it. They need to see struggle, strife—what we call conflict.
So, what are you making your main character suffer through?
Writing in 140 is my attempt to say something somewhat relevant about writing in 140 words or less.