A quick way to death for cowards. My father told me that if wewe commit suicide, wewe are condemned to Hell as well. Face it, if all blacks commited suicide due to the hate, we'd never be free. From that time in history, wewe should learn not to.
Oh and, I don't give a damn if wewe hate how I mentioned religion.
It's not the way to go. That's for sure. I've helped many Marafiki who have talked about committing suicide, and I've succeeded in bringing them from doing so. It's a very touchy subject, and not something to be dealt with on an overly-extreme scale.
People shouldn't commit suicide because life has so much to offer. The pain that people go through is only temporary, but once they pull that trigger au step off that building, they're gone for good. Death is permanent.
Life cannot be taken back once aliyopewa up on. Death is final. Suicidal people need to realize that there is zaidi to life. It sounds cliche, but it's true. Happiness is around the bend if they're willing to keep going and tafuta for it.
This is a sensitive topic. First off, suicide is the NOT the cowards way out. If wewe say that, wewe do not know anything.
There are many different reasons for it. I've talked to one person who has alisema they had a compulsive, uncontrollable desire to hurt themselves. They didn't want to, but they couldn't help it. They were not a coward. I don't want to talk about that person too much. A number of people around have killed themselves. My uncle hung himself, my mother's uncle shot himself, ect. It's not for cowards. It's for people who think they have no way out. People feel like that all the time. Whether they want to au not. Suicide is a serious problem that should not be taken like a joke. It absolutely angers me when people say it's for cowards. My uncle was an intelligent, brave man. From what I know, so was my mother's. And the Marafiki I have Lost were wonderful people, as well. If anything, suicide takes a great amount of bravery.
I've tried it zaidi than once. I didn't do it, I was too scared to. I will say however, wewe gain nothing from suicide. Don't do it. It only hurts you, and people around you. There's always someone who cares.
I have a lot to say on the matter, but that's all I'll say.
It's a very serious and moyo wrenching matter that I take personally and to the heart.
It's been a very real part of my life.
For a long time, I repeatedly thought about and attempted to take my own life. On the last attempt, I was a hair's width away from succeeding and spent a mwezi in the hospital shortly afterwards.
I regretted not succeeding, and would have attempted it once more, making sure not to fail this time, if I didn't have very special people, one in particular, tethering me here. If I didn't have that one thing, that one beautiful person, I would be dead now.
It wasn't until recently when I figured out that being here and surviving such darkness was no accident, that I have reasons for being here that nobody else could fulfill.
I had a friend commit suicide in my younger years, and I remember the scars she left us all with, and how angry I was with her for running away from us like that. But she didn't run away... she was too strong to run away. Once I remembered that, I saw everything.
I realized that I wasn't weak, and I wasn't afraid. I just couldn't see, nor was I willing to. I had blinded myself with my own hatred and fear. I was running away and refusing to see other options even though they were as plain as day. I was being selfish.
No matter how much I think about it now, I will be stronger than my pain, and I will absolutely never turn my back on anyone going through those things.
Suicide is the embodiment of fear, a curtain of impenetrable darkness. But no matter how frighting it is, that only means that it can be beaten, and we will be stronger when we do so.
Life is an obstacle course, suicide is just an obstacle.