If you’ve attempted suicide, you may here the common question of ‘why?’
And to that we should ask ‘why do people kill themselves?’ to which the reply will be ‘to die’. Well there you go. Why did I attempt suicide? To die.
But they may ask, ‘what was the reason for wanting to die?’ and like Stephen Fry said ‘if there was a reason then you’d be able to reason me out of it’. I think he couldn’t be more correct; suicide isn’t a rational process, it’s not built on reason, but desire.

The question of ‘why’ isn’t the correct one. There should be no questions. No hate. No anger. Only support. Only love. Only ears that can listen and reason to conquer the feelings within.


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