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Is Suicide A Sin ?
 

The main problem with suicide is that it is murder.  You would be murdering a person even though it would be your own self - you are still a person.

I think we forget that, or don't see that when we contemplate killing ourselves.

There is a devaluation and loss of worth inherent in suicidal thoughts and feelings.  It is almost as though the darkness of an evil has ahold of our minds and hearts in those darkest moments when suicide seems right, rational and eminent.

Try to hold onto that - you are a person. We are not supposed to kill persons - to take a life.

I think based on "free will" we are all free to make any mistake, but suicide is a pretty big one.

A man I don't care to name once said this:

"Evil forces us to be good.
Goodness allows us to be bad."

Goodness allows us the "free will" to choose good or bad, so that we can learn from the bad, and appreciate being able to come back to, appreciate, and choose the good after all.

But I don't know if we can come back from suicide!
I think that most people who are committing suicide know they probably shouldn't be doing it, but at some point, feel that they have to do it.

We may have the legal "right" to take our own life, as opposed to someone else having the right to decide when and if we die...

Again, if you commit suicide, you would be killing a person - just like murder.  That would be the sin.

 

It could be very important to think about this, just in case...

 

 

 

 

 

It really is a health issue - the health of our brain determines how we perceive and feel the world.

 

But in a spiritual world, just in case there are spiritual laws, we must try to listen to those who tell us we can get feeling better.

 

However, it really is a health issue - the health of our brain determines how we perceive and feel the world.

You wouldn't kill yourself

While we are depressed, we must consider that our decisions will be based on a body system that is not functioning as it should.  The thinking and feeling process is not working right.  It is our pain and a "broken" brain that is talking us into suicide.   Through our tears and our suffering, we must try to recognize that we are not well, and our thoughts are a danger to us.  But sometimes we cannot see this.

We usually won't want to kill ourselves over a broken leg.  We have more experience in knowing that the body can heal itself, in this case with a doctor's help, to set the leg so it can heal.  But someone with chronic pain in

Emotions have so much power.  And these are unbalanced thoughts and emotions of an almost "injured" brain.   It is almost as if a dark force is whispering in our ear, trying to hurt us, trying to get us to hurt ourselves, and sometimes, to hurt other people.  It is the

is talking we must try to listen to those who tell us we can get feeling better.

Other than that any arguments any of us may have probably are "subjective."

I think based on "free will" we are all free to make any mistake, but suicide is a pretty big one.

A man I don't care to name once said this:

"Evil forces us to be good.
Goodness allows us to be bad."

Goodness allows us the "free will" to choose good or bad, so that we can learn from the bad, and appreciate being able to come back to, appreciate, and choose the good after all.

But I don't know if we can come back from suicide!
I think that most people who are committing suicide know they probably shouldn't be doing it, but at some point, feel (subjectively), that they have to do it.

 

 

Again, if you commit suicide, you would be killing a person - just like murder. That is the sin.

 

 

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