"If suicide be supposed a crime, it is only cowardice can impel us to it. If it be no crime, both prudence and courage should engage us to rid ourselves at once of existence when it becomes a burden. It is the only way that we can then be useful to society, by setting an example which, if imitated, would preserve every one his chance for happiness in life, and would effectually free him from all danger or misery" --David Hume, Essay on Suicide I've read this quote by the philosopher David Hume so many times. "Free from all danger or misery" that just seems so...perfect. So peaceful, no pressures, just utter nothingness. And especially, no anxiety, no agorophobia. If I had a surefire way to end it, I probably would have been dead long ago. I should've known there was something wrong with me when I tried to kill myself at the age of thirteen. Just... so...tired, my mind's a blank.