I Wish You Could See Your Suicide

“You didn’t mean to hurt anyone. That’s what the priest told us during the funeral Mass. It sounds good, at least. I’d love to ask what you were thinking, but, well, y’know. That ship has sailed.”

With this bombshell of an opening sentence, Havok Journal contributor Thomas Knight puts suicide in a different perspective with this article – offering someone who’s thinking about doing the unthinkable a quick glimpse of life after death.

“Everyone you would expect to be there is. Probably many that you didn’t… I wish you could see that chapel now. I wish that you could see those people, all looking for answers that only you can give. Answers that you never will.”

Take a few minutes to read this. If you’re feeling lost, remember – there’s ALWAYS another way.

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