I just read your critique of "The Living Dead"
I usually don't come back with reply replies but you hit the nail on the head with it. Just wanted you to know that you did an excellent literary analysis.I wrote that when I was going through my divorce. And I just wanted to comment on one more thing. You mentioned that so many people get mad at God. It's easy to be hurt, and angry, and want to place the blame somewhere. I always encourage people not to be mad at God, but to ask for help. After all usually it is our own mistakes or the mistakes of others that put us in those situations, not Gods.
Hi, I'm just getting back to you about your comment on "Existence".. and I'm doing just fine :)
I think it's natural to at least ponder suicide at different points of life... not necessarily pursuing it, but life gets tough, and our wills certainly get tried the older we get. And I think that's the point I'm trying to get across -- before the point of no return and desperate helplessness consumes people, taking a step back and analyzing the blessings in life can really mature everyone's sense of reality.
In the same vein, I typically find suicide an immature and lewd act... but in some people's cases however, they can't control their thoughts... it'll be something I'll probably never understand, being a fighter in the war of life.