posted on Aug, 28 2013 @ 06:39 PM
I agree that we must explore these issues; therefore, here I go, exploring......
I am sorry you have lost one you loved. However, I can't agree with your conclusions. Oh yes, I've heard, read, known psychitrist's and others'
opinions for qutie some time that murder was but the flip side to suicide. Do you agree with this, as it seems to be what you are saying the
Samaritans' are telling you, in a way. However, I caution you that it is, fact, NOT, the same thing, nor the FLIP side of anything, for there is far
more to our brains and hearts, surely than this duality.
As for what difference does it make, then, what choice we arrive at if we are suffering: ie, murder someone we identify as causing our suffering, or
ourselves (for that's really what you're adressing here, is it not?), I believe, at least, there is a HUGE difference in the matter of said
choice, for where your life energy, or soul goes from there.
My life is mine, to take or to squander or to give as a sacrifice, for whatever reason I choose. This is the way I see this matter. But taking
someone else's....well, that is a true test of character, especially if you believe or can even prove they are the cause of your suffering.
Does this not define, turning the other cheek, a matter of character and honor, to not cross a certain line no matter what you have suffered......This
judgement is not ours to make, I believe.
Just my five cents. And don't take any wooden nichols. My heart goes out to you for your loss. I think you may be feeling this way in a moment of
grief, no more and no less, for I have felt similiarly to you in times of such loss, and was glad I regained a perspective other than that.