Anyone ever really stop for a second, and just look around you? In public, I mean. That like, everyone around you could die at any given moment. That there's always a chance the person you talked to could be gone within a few seconds. Minutes. Hours. Days. Months. Years. However you wish to put it. We will all pass, but even at a place like SF... It's like almost knowing eachother in person, just we're all seperated by walls. If we disappeared, no one really knows. It bugs me sometimes to think that there are people who have joined, posted, but never checked again. Some who just post a good bye. We had a chance to do something, and we can't save them. It's being really helpless. It's just that, fearing, someone's life...life is important. Someone's life made one last sign of existence, grasping desperately for help. And even if it was out of everyone's control, that person could be dead. They could be seriously injured, paralyzed, a vegetable. It really gets to me sometimes. Sometimes it's the members that have been here for awhile. I mean, there are some really good people that just help, and don't post their problems anymore. And these people, the good members of SF, don't have a place to go. And they prevent these suicides, and help people, give them a place. But what if just someday they do it themselves. We would never know. People like that are admirable, and it pains me to think that their lives were used so selflessly, and died by the same cause. It's sad sometimes. It's just like, there are quite a few, and you know, I think it's only fair that we sometimes drop a ring on them, ask them how their doing, and just sincerely try and see if they're alright. I don't see a reason they should face this alone. It seems to be common anymore that people who remain here for a long time eventually stop posting their troubles, and only pick people up. Does anyone else think about these people? Any thoughts?