posted on Sep, 30 2009 @ 03:04 PM
So boredom is not a good reason? What about no money to escape or get healthy or eat?
I died when I was 17. I have tried to understand why I was sent back. I learned a great deal in that place we call death, but what I have learned
since returning is, why bother? No one cares anymore. They say words, with no real meaning behind them. They can't help their fellow humans in need
right in front of them out of fear they will be scammed, or that there will not be something in it for them.
So why should we not have the choice to die? If I own my body and I am a free person, then who has the authority to tell me I have to go on living?
For months I have aksed for help, and YET NOT ONE SINGLE HUMAN BEING will help me. As much as my daughter may need me, the oh so high and mighty
village, will help her if I am not around.
You tell him he needs help, and that he should want to live. For his family? For your peace of mind? What do you know of death? You only care if
someone is dead or dying. You don't care about the living and those in need right now who want to live and survive.
But this man feels done with this plane of exsitence and you aren't even hearing him.
I know what he is saying, what is the purpose? If the world is going to go through mass upheavel in 2012 and there is nothing we can do to stop it. If
the Government is going to force us into a socialist country and we can't stop them. Then where is our power?
If we can't stop anything or change anything, then shouldn't we at least have the right to our own fate? Regardless of being diagnosed with cancer
or some other dreadful disease, his feelings are just as real as a physical issue.
We talk about our rights, then deny them to others. Christians call others heathens and yet the do the same things under different names.
And one other point, he is asking, not proclaiming. He wants to know , he wants to understand, And if in all of your responses he gets nothing, it is
the answer. And in the end the choice is always ours to make. Because regardless of whether you believe in a God or not, we are not to judge, but to
Rev, if you make that choice, all I ask is don't take anyone with you and leave a detailed note so your family is not left with unanswered questions.
As your right to decide is respected, respect theirs to stay alive.