Is Suicide Ever Justified?

Discussion in 'Soap Box' started by InnerStrength, Jun 6, 2007.

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  1. InnerStrength

    InnerStrength Well-Known Member

    I think it can be, sometimes. I'll be the first to admit that the majority of cases are those that haven't thought out their problems to see if there is an attainable solution.

    They say everyone serves a purpose, everyone has a "destiny" or whatever, frankly I don't believe that. Most people contribute well to society, but there are the very few that are either monsters (murderers, rapists) etc, or those on the verge of becoming monsters because of all the trauma they've had to deal with in their lives, or those that simply are too tired to carry on.

    When people try to convince others not to commit suicide, it's more of a selfish action than anything. They are trying to make it a "brighter world" for themselves by making what surrounds them happier. For the better individuals out there, that isn't always the case, but it's still bothersome.

    I sometimes like to think of Life as a puzzle, not everyone is going to fit.
     
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