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Here are some Definitions of suicide found on the Web: the act of killing yourself; "it is a crime to commit suicide" ; a person who kills himself intentionally ; The taking of one’s own life; a violation of God’s dominion over human life. Ecclesiastical burial is denied to persons while in full possession of their faculties; it is permitted in cases of doubt. ; Taking one's own life. ; If you attempt to move into a place where you would automatically be captured, that is suicide. Suicide is illegal, and the Internet Gaming Zone version of Go simply won't let you harm yourself in this way. ; if the life insured commits suicide within two years of the date of issue of the policy, the amount paid will be refund of premiums, not the face amount. ; A property where there has been a suicide on the premises.

It's a  Wonderful Life?
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It's A Wonderful Life (1946), originally made for Liberty Films, is one of the most popular and heartwarming films ever made by director Frank Capra. It was actually a box-office flop at the time of its release, and only became the Christmas movie classic in the 1970s due to repeated television showings at Christmas-time when its copyright protection slipped and it fell into the public domain. Frank Capra regarded this film as his own personal favorite - it was also James Stewart's favorite of all his feature films.

It is actually a dark, bittersweet post-war tale of a savings-and-loan manager who struggles against a greedy banker and his own self-doubting nature in a small town. Earnest do-gooder George Bailey (James Stewart) recognizes his life as wonderful and truly rich, even in its humdrum and bleak nature, only after suffering many hardships, mishaps and fateful trials (including compromised dreams of youth to leave the town and seek fame and fortune, other sacrifices, dismay, losses and the threat of financial ruin, and suicide). He is given encouragement by a whimsical, endearing, trainee-angel named Clarence (Henry Travers).  CLICK HERE to read more...

It's a  Wonderful Death?
There are those who say that we all have a right to life and other others who say we also have a right to decide when we die.  Click on the Good Life/Good Death logo to visit the ERGO (Euthanasia Research Guidance Organization)

Derek Humphry talks about the  Right to Die.

“Suicide is not chosen; it happens when pain exceeds
resources for coping with pain.”


 If you are thinking of Suicide

Two touching stories about suicide attempt and recovery:

Nothing is more unnerving to the truly conventional than the unashamed misfit - J.K. Rowling

This quote was lifted from the signature of a member at the Suicide Forums - a support forum for people in crisis.  I think it says it all. 

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Some views of suicide from around the globe.
'They Were Happy Because they Knew They Were Going to Die' - a film by Japanese director Shimuzu Hiroshi

A discussion about the Concepts of Suicide in Iranian film-maker Abbas Kiarostami’s 'Taste of Cherry'

Click on the Chat the Planet logo to see video clips of young people from different countries discuss the topic of suicide.

Palestine: Culture of Suicide?

Spotlight On... The role of the Nurse and Suicide
And now ...

When I am dead, and over me bright April
Shakes out her rain drenched hair,
Tho you should lean above me broken hearted,
I shall not care.
For I shall have peace.
As leafey trees are peaceful
When rain bends down the bough.
And I shall be more silent and cold hearted
Than you are now.
Suicide note to her lover who left her.
~~ Sara Teasdale, poet, d. 1933

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Suicide: A Mortal Sin, An Act of Aggression against society, or a Personal Choice?
Share your opinions about a topic that is not usual over-dinner fare, but touches each and every one of us in one way or another.

Related Topic - What do you think about suicide bombings?  Are they justified or just malicious acts of violence?  what is?  What do you think of mercy killing?  Does a terminally ill, bedridden person have the right to decide about the quality of life?

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What you can do to help someone who is suicidal.
Reprint from METANOIA.ORG  Useful Guide

A Faith-Based Perspective on Suicide


Click on the rose for more information on how to discuss and resolve issues surrounding suicide from the Christian perspective.



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  • Six of One by Rita Mae Brown

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