In Delhi, about a 1,000 suicides take place each year and the figure has been hovering around the mark for quite some time. It is probably the fact that suicides are fewer and far between in the highly educated regment that the rate is comparatively low in the Capital city.
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How many more around the world do others take their lives? Is it the faction we should be supporting or the individuals?
When one finds a cause worth dedicating ones life, that is dependent on each person. How many would be willing to put themselves in harms way when other faucets of opportunity may be available?
If it this was a defensive war where the livelihoods of the average American was threatened I would show remorse and support with what these individuals are going through.
How many of those leaving their partners are only with them for the sex or financial support? Relationships need to be nurtured and cared for. When one chooses their priorities then expect others to find other interests in life when they can no longer share it with another on a daily/weekly bases.
It's one thing to nurture friends on-line.. but thats not how a human being wishes to share their surroundings with a significant other.
There are so many levels to comprehend of why a relationship starts or ends that it would be futile for me to list them here and now.
This article only pulls out the bad parts of what this war generates so as to feed the hunger for those who relish despair and turmoil so as to make ones life feel that much more bearable.
I'm sure you can pull other articles of those who commit suicide and will find that same conclusion. Some just feel lost to who they are and what is around them that moving on may be better. We all perish.. its just a matter of when and how. Dying is not bad.. I'll not elaborate on that. If it was.. then war would not exist.
So whose buttons is this article trying to push would be a more legit question.
"The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans Are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead."
"I guess what surprised me as I dug into this dark side of American life, is that a lot of the people who were cutting corners to get ahead academically, professionally and financially, these are normal people," he said. "This is not some kind of 'them' problem, this is an 'us' problem."
Callahan said. The first compass dictates decisions people make regarding sex, drugs, violence or drunk driving. The second compass guides behavior when it comes to getting ahead in school, work or money matters, he said. The second compass has developed because America has changed in the last few decades, Callahan said.
"When it comes to money and success, we have become more cut throat," he said. "It's more of a dog-eat-dog society."
So what is Americans morals today? When information about what religion, politics and any other group or organization is based on stepping on others to get ahead.
Who looks out for number one? And at what cost to others should number one be appeased? This is an individual question we all must answer.