Suicidal? Don’t even think
By Julia Fernandes
October 11, 2012
Recently, the daughter of a well-known singer ended her life by committing suicide. According to a media report, the underlying cause of 70 percent of suicides is depression. For every suicide, around ten more attempted suicides would have occurred.
Not just that, even young students succumbing to educational pressures are ending their lives. Apparently, every hour six students commit suicide due to depression that is borne out of stress. But does committing suicide end your problem?
I would like to quote a passage from the book ‘The Laws of the Spirit World’ by Khorshed Bhavnagri.
“To end your life is the greatest harm you can cause to your soul. When these souls arrive in the spirit world they feel extremely dejected because they realize they have made a wrong decision.
Your body is your temple. It is given to you by God so that it can be healthy vehicle for your spirit. When you destroy that temple, you are rejecting life, the very essence of creation.
The real damage suicide causes is to your spirit. You add a great deal of negative karma to your soul. You will have to come back to Earth and face the same situations with double the intensity. Your tests and training becomes twice as hard.”
So, no matter what you are going through, ending your life should never cross your mind. Remember these lines:
Remember God Is Just A Prayer Away, You Are Never Alone
What You Become In Eyes Of This World Is Not Important
What You Become In The Eyes Of God – That Is Important
So, strive to be a good human being first, serve others selflessly and live a good life.
Wishing you a happy life…
God bless you…