After Dracos post i started thinking.
Who ever said suicide is against certain law? Especially if we are supossed to have free will.
Also the fact that we die from the moment we are born.
Al the parts of your body die and re-generate al the time, so who says this is not suicide?
Your thought and personality change al the time so where are you and who are you?
What is the diference between a act of a few seconds to kill one self and the slow dying of over eating-smoking-drinking-going to war etc etc.
Why this need to condemn a person who wants to leave on his/her own terms the way that person wants?
There is no death so where is the sin in this dying from your own free will?
When i drowned and after that i had my violent car crash, i died...did i die in vain? Did i die by accident? Did i not deserve to die?
There is no death only transition so why judge the suicidal person.
What if part of his life lesson and those around him has suicide as a base?
I hear a lot of people screaming Coward to someone that kills himself...they do not know what it takes to do so.
Why do people who live a lie judge a person who wants to get out of the lie?
Your body and the Ego attached to it is not YOUR SELF.
You can not kill the Self.
It is worse if you limit the Self to stupid asumptions of laws that only govern this plane of consciousness.
I have died 3 times and i have no problem doing it again.
If i do not kill my body by suicide it is because i think it is of no use right now, but we al die at the end and move on, i for one being a free Self shure would like to die when i believe i am ready to, and so i will choose my own death the way i want it and not the way some law invented by people dictates.
Just some thought on the matter.
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I have felt the presence of one of them in my Aunts house when i slept there a few years ago, it was weird when the bedroom turned into a freezer en it threw an object at me. Needless to say i never stay long in that house.
I am not mutch into these things so i have no way to know what it was for shure.
My dad was such a influence in my life...always positive, upbeat and a very brilliant man. Another thought....In his flying days, he did see UFO's...said they do exist.
Cancer runs on both sides of my family....both parents and grandparents are deceased as result of it My mom died at a very early age of 40. She was beautiful and a very vibrant person...loved life. She became ill and didn't know she had terminal cancer until it was too late...it had spread. Here's the kicker....this was in 1962 and the treatment at that time was cobalt....well she took the cobalt treatments as recommended...suffered horribly (morphine was not much of a relief from the pain) and still died. I just don't understand the justification in this....criminals get something to calm them before a lethal injection and they go to sleep. That's it....well my
mom who did nothing to anyone in her life had to suffer a horrible death.
My dad was a WWII pilot and was a retired military officer. He served our country well and lived a full life until he was in his 80's. He first got prostate cancer... followed by kidney cancer then... lung cancer. He never smoked or drank and lived eating healthy. He knew at the end when the lung cancer came back (after having a lung removed) and the
Dr's said this time it wasn't operable... that was it. He chose to take his life as he knew what was ahead and refused to go there. We always had a wonderful relationship and were very close. We live acrosss the USA from each other and I didn't know about the last diagnosis until after his death. He was very detailed oriented and left his wife with full instructions how to handle everything. I do not advocate anyone committing suicide but I fully understand my father's decision and I don't have any regrets. He didn't share this with anyone and just "took care of business." If anyone says this was a cowardly act, I totally disagree as my dad was the
bravest man I had ever met. I knew where he was mentally, I still have his farewell note to us all and he was ready to go....he left loving us very much. So here we have two senarios...one without and the other making that choice. I have very strong feelings about ones own choice and I don't want anyone making a decision for me.
Again, thank you for sharing.
This was such a deep and personal experience that had never been shared before...I just hope this helped someone else..