posted on Aug, 16 2013 @ 09:44 PM
I read this man's site earlier. I still don't understand his rationale. He's right in some regards - people die everyday, younger people. And he
would only be here another day to maybe 30-40 years tops.
Although I did not know him, I was just a tad angry at him for doing this -- weird, right? Because he was alive, reasonably healthy, talented, living
a decent life in terms of food, water, shelter, luxuries, freedom -- which most of the world can never enjoy. Seemed a bit cowardly too, thinking
solely about some day becoming a burden.
Instead, he could have gone into a life of service -- giving up his "life" to help others find meaning in theirs. Or at least help feed a hungry
child or teach someone to read and write or adopt a dog or something.
Okay, not my place to judge. His life, his decision, his choice, his right.