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Re: Why you should not commit suicide - For Everyone corafree

Posted by pinkeye on August 8, 2004, at 13:25:47

In reply to Re: Why you should not commit suicide - For Everyone pinkeye, posted by corafree on August 7, 2004, at 19:54:28

Indian in not Native Indian. Indian as from the country India.
This is what one of our religious person had said to a question as whether we can commit suicide to escape from the miseries.

In our philosophy, ir is said about Re-incarnation. When one leaves this world, the body is buried or cremated here. But the Soul is then given another body appropriate to his deeds, so that he can enjoy the Heaven or suffer in Hell and later return to this world in another body. More fortunate experience the illimitable Bliss for ever in God's feet. When one commits suicide, the present body is lost and the Soul does not have another body ready to enter and enjoy Heaven or suffer in Hell or to return to this earth in another body. Soul has all the desires without the sense organs to enjoy. He is tired but he cannot sleep. He is hungry but does not have a mouth to eat. He is suffocated like an individual whose nose and mouth are tightly closed and unable to breathe. This feeling continues till such time that another body is ready which could be a long time. Imagine, we cannot tolerate suffocation for few seconds. How will it be when suffocation lasts for months or years?

We are on a ship in the middle of the sea. The sea is rough so we are experiencing sea sickness which at times is very severe. Just because we cannot tolerate the sea sickness, if we jump into the sea especially the one which is filled with sharks, what would happen to us? The answer is obvious. It is like jumping from a frying pan into fire. The alternative is worse. Suicide is like this. If one thinks suicide is an easier alternative he is utterly mistaken as the suffering for him will be far greater than one can imagine though you and I cannot see it.

I hope this helps you a little bit.


> My father was 1/4 native American and he spent a lot of time with many tribes, helping them to farm, raise livestock, learn/educate, and basically he was this 'free spirit, good spirit' and everyone loved him. He never told me what you have just said. He knew about my many attempts. Why are you knowledgeable of this? A soul turns into a body and needs food, water, shelter??? A soul itself doesn't need these things does it?? Thank you for influencing me to take one step back. cf




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