Tag Archives: suicide

A few things not said (like this) before . . .

The world has enough crude, mean, vulgar, profane, and disrespectful words and images. Why not say, write, or post something uplifting instead? My two favorite electronic devices are my mind and my heart. I’m addicted to scrolling through them both … Continue reading

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Is it wise to expand the “right” to kill?

I’m so sad to see some states expanding “the right to kill.” –America continues to legally chop away at the commandment “You shall not kill,” calling prenatal killing “choice” and physician assisted killing “compassion,” thus cheapening the value of human … Continue reading

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Robin Williams Made Me Think About Suicide

I’ve been thinking about Robin Williams‘ suicide. Suicide is tangible evidence of the invisible evil forces at work on us all. Humans have been programmed with a survival instinct. It is not natural for us to override that programming and take our … Continue reading

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Robin Williams — “Words & Ideas”

Robin Williams’ words and ideas brought joy, humor, inspiration, and entertainment to so many people. Yet he, himself, was overcome by despair. So sad. No matter how good and successful our lives may look to others, we all need the … Continue reading

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Perhaps Abortion Should Be Treated Like Suicide

Since the 1970’s abortion has been a deeply felt political issue.  Every now and then a political candidate will talk about finding a compromise on this issue, as candidate Obama did during the 2008 presidential campaign.  Can there be a … Continue reading

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