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IS suicide a solution?Is normal the person who do it?In war before dishonour?

  1. gusripper profile image37
    gusripperposted 8 years ago

    IS suicide a solution?Is normal the person who do it?In war before dishonour?

    psycology

  2. Stolas profile image65
    Stolasposted 8 years ago

    well what do you mean by solution? if you mean the possibility of wakening up in a life that is no less monotonous or complex then this one just different then i suppose yes. and on the issue of if it is more honorable to be felled by yourself or your enemy, if you are contemplating hari-cari has your opponent not honorably bested you? why not let him claim his rightful victory. and what if when we die we are sent to a heaven of contemplation, where you must determine the lessons of this life. for then if your time ended before your soul absorbed said information, wouldn't you be doomed to re-live your current hellish state until your original purpose was achieved? and if death is true non existance, then isn't suicide a dishonest easy way out of survival and what of the responsiblities of reproduction? and technology?     just some opinions....

  3. Michellcat profile image60
    Michellcatposted 8 years ago

    People commit suicide when their pain is bigger than their resources for dealing with that pain. A lot of times their reason is something we might think is a stupid reason, like they lost a job or a boyfriend, or someone teased them on the Internet. Sometimes their reason makes sense to us--they are in horrible pain from an illness and they're going to die anyway. Or they're about to be captured and tortured.

    If you know that an illness or an enemy is going to kill you anyway, but first they are going to disfigure you and make you suffer horrible pain, it makes sense to try to escape the pain.

    Is it a solution? No. Of course it's not. Nobody knows what's after death, if anything at all. Are people who do it normal? Not at the time, no. But they're not always crazy, just scared and in pain.

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