I am learning to think that death isn’t such a bad thing. Maybe it really isn’t.
If a person chose to die, you should just respect his/her decision.
Someone dear once told me,
“death is not a problem, death is a solution… we need death, without death the world would be so crowded! Without death, there will be no life… how people live determines how they die… you don’t determine how anyone else dies… because you don’t determine how anyone lives, individuals are responsible for their own lives so don’t take on unnecessary burden!”
(Besides) A lot of people are doing more harm than good so it’s better for a lot of people to die.”
Don’t know if i agree that people who do more harm than good deserve death, i try to think that everyone deserve to live, especially if they are willing to change for the better. ((and i swear this person saying this isn’t a bad person, as much as he thinks he is wretched, he is wonderful. he always means more good than harm for the people and things around him))
Death really isn’t a bad thing.
It is natural, it will and should happen.
of course if anyone choses to kill themselves,
the people who love him/her would be so heartbroken
people who care about them
people who even go to school with them, or work with them
even people who barely even know them would feel a sting in their hearts.
but they chose to end it.
it is their decision and if you love someone, would you respect their decisions?
((disclaimer, I understand there is a very grey area here,
but you can never be responsible for anyone’s life. never.
all you can do is respect them, even if loving them means to not bring them to any harm.
sometimes you just can’t no matter how, people are just that stubborn or i should say stuck to their decisions))
you are responsible for your life,
and he/she is responsible for his/her life.
you can try to stop them,
you can be there for them,
you know you would do anything to have them not end it.
but ultimately it. is. still. their. choice.
at least you tried,
at least you tried,
at least, you tried.
I used to think that if i ever tried enough, I could change a person’s life or save them.
change? maybe but not entirely
but you can never save them
i think i have said this so many damn times that people are getting sick of it,
you can never save anyone but yourself.
people can only save themselves.
you can try to save someone,
but if that person doesn’t even try to help himself
you’re never gonna save him.
altruist will give their all,
I used to.
or maybe i still do.
altruism is a good trait,
i cultivated it or some may say I always had it.
not to boast about it, it’s honestly a good and bad.
especially being in a world as cruel as this.
He told me it will be hard for me to not care about anyone’s welfare,
or cut people who need to be cut off completely,
or to even think that if one day a dear friend of mine, anyone of them, decides to end their life, i was not a cause, or their death was not my responsibility.
because i am a good person, and it is hard for a good person to be “bad”.
the point to put across right here is that death is natural and that it is the person’s responsibility, not yours, if he/she choses it.
you are not responsible for anyone’s death.
“and why do we have such a negative view on death?”
we shouldn’t really.
i mean the french call orgasms “little deaths”
so dying is possibly the greatest orgasm we will ever achieve.
honestly, this is more of a self reminder to me.
to not be so harsh on myself.
i may seem brutal in my views as i keep changing and growing.
but all i want is to be good yet it takes a toll on me sometimes that i have to do what i do.
why be good, when I’ll just be myself.
we all have opinions, there’s no right and wrong and i understand everything that could be laid on the table as argument against what i have said could be valid arguments, but i still stand firm to what i believe death to be and even suicide as a personal choice.
i’m not saying to glorify suicide,
the celebration of death is the celebration of life. (if that made any sense)
if a person dies of suicide,
sure you can feel guilty or sad or regret that you didn’t stop it.
but instead of being harsh on yourself, why not celebrate the life the person had.
DEATH IS NOT A BAD THING.
though death at such a young age as 19 is daunting, especially the death of the people i love and care about, compared to a middle-aged man who is getting ready for death to come.
so it is natural to be afraid,
and it is natural to be sad, to feel down and heartbroken when someone passes.
whether by natural means, sickness, accidents or suicide.
Let me remind you again,
DEATH IS NOT A BAD THING
YOU ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYONE’S DEATH
I am done addressing the elephant in the room today.
Ultimate Orgasm = Death
(doesn’t sound too bad to me)