Suicide is Never the Answer: Choosing Life Over Despair
Friend 1: Hey, what's wrong? Why did you rush to my house?
Friend 2: I heard some shocking news that you were trying to attempt suicide. What happened?
Friend 1: I don't want to study 11th and 12th, but my family is pressurizing me to study. I felt like I had no other option but to end my life.
Friend 2: That's not true. Suicide is never a solution for any problem. Have you talked to your parents about how you feel?
Friend 1: I tried, but they didn't listen. That's why I thought of ending my life.
Friend 2: But think about it, if you die now, what happens? As per our belief system, you will be reborn and then you have to study right from kindergarten. Don't you think that's worse?
Friend 1: You're right. That's a terrible thought. I never looked at it that way.
Friend 2: Suicide is a big crime. It not only affects you, but it also affects your loved ones. You're better off finding a solution to your problem rather than ending your life.
Moral of the story: Suicide is never a solution to any problem. It's important to talk to someone and find a solution to your problem. Taking your own life not only affects you, but it also affects your loved ones. There is always a way out of any situation, and it's important to seek help and support from others.