posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 08:26 AM
Count Creeping Up
Colburn was one of at least 33 people who chose to end their lives last year in a national park. The number is higher than recent years, although the
National Park Service hasn't consistently tracked suicides.
"It's some place where, toward the end of someone's life, when they're feeling a total sense of despondency, they want to return to a place of
natural beauty ... for their final moments," Suddath said.
As the economy falls off of the ledge, so do a percentage of Americans that cannot further live through these tough times. Whats more is where they
choose to go to die. Some say that we as humans have a connection to the Earth, and as it dies so do we, partially anyways.
Could our economy also be connected subconsciously to how we are affecting our world? Its in interesting question.
I think so.
I think the Article from MSNBC.COM ( www.msnbc.msn.com...
) Is the beginning of awareness on the subject of our connection to the
earth, and our connection to a deeper subconscious.