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sometimes things can be so bleeped up in your lives and you would wish the ground will just open up and swallow you. right? but seriously, i would just want to know at what point in your lives have you ever considered suicide. seriously. could you give instances? i believe sharing your most depressing moments would help others. it might be considered teurapetic (whatever tha means)
for me when the cops arrested me for possesing over 100 wraps of weeds suspected to be [i]igbo and my father disowned me as his son, i nearly commited the unforgivable. well thank God i didnt. what more the cops , before my very eyes wrapped some of my thing and smoked them.
well former president george w. bush admitted to have used some marijuana when he was in high school. i think the thought of that got me going in jail. jus in case u are wondering what i was doing with 100 wraps of weeds, well use your imagination or join the police.
With the demise of AIDS imminent with strides in science -- even though a cure hasn't been found -- it's high time some new disease came up. Introducing Morgellons Disease. The descriptions are rather scary and I'm hoping I don't see anyone with it.
Reports of a mysterious medical condition are cropping up across the country but doctors are divided on whether it is a real disease or all in their patients' heads.
Called Morgellons Disease, patients who report having it describe sensations of creepy-crawlers beneath the skin and fibrous filaments oozing out of open wounds.
Interest in the disease was recently rekindled after afflicted Texas teenager Travis Wilson committed suicide about a month ago.
To date, no clinical studies have looked into Morgellons and only one paper mentioning Morgellons has been published in a medical journal. Appearing in a recent issue of the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology, the paper is co-authored by members of the Morgellons Research Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to raising public awareness about the disease.
As of February 2006, more than 2,000 reports of the disease have been reported on the Foundation's website. Reports come from all 50 U.S. states and 15 nations, including Canada, the UK, Australia and The Netherlands.
The majority of reports have come from Texas, California and Florida.
Patients with the disease often describe feelings of insects or parasites scuttling beneath their skin and open lesions that heal slowly and which ooze out blue and white fibers, some as thick as spaghetti strands. Attempts to remove the fibers are said to elicit shooting pains radiating from the site.
The lesions range from minor to disfiguring in appearance and fibers appear either as single strands or as bundles. Patients also sometimes report the presence of fibers or black granular specks on their skin even in the absence of lesions. Some patients even report symptoms of the disease in their pets--dogs mostly, but also cats and horses.
According to statistics from the Morgellons Research Foundation, about 95 percent of patients also report suffering from disabling fatigue, or "brain fog," that hinders their ability to pay attention. Other reported symptoms include joint pain, sleep disorders, hair loss, decline in vision, and even the "disintegration" of perfectly healthy teeth. It appears that once patients contract the disease, they have it for life. To date, there have been no reports of spontaneous remissions.
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On the Yahoo Discussion of this topic, I discovered someone who apparently has the disease. If you're going to be sick please don't visit the photos he put up.
I know personally that if I loved someone I would do anything in order to be with them.
So, should Christians kill themselves so as to reap the rewards of their faithfulness a little earlier than expected?
After all, an eternity with the Almighty God is what you guys want, right?
People with all the devastations all around the world, earthquakes, islamic jihad suicide terrors, hurricanes, Iran's plans to use nuclear weapons against ememies, advances in technology thats bringing the us closer everyday, incurable sickness and diseases, Israel-Palestine Conflict, where is the world heading to? here are some informations i can across that i want to share what do you all think about? Are the bible prophesies coming to pass in our time, then what should we do about it?
Please is suicide a sin?? And if yes, i need 'COGENT' references from the bible 2 confirm that. Sometimes, Life becomes so unbearable that one needs 2 take (The quick way out) but I do not intend riskin' a lifetime in hell if it turns out 2 be. ur suggestions r highly welcome.
When this people who believe in going to heaven when they die fighting came to the area Christianity had already gained ground.many had already being taught about the religion so they had more followers than the then 'just came religion'.So during the GIHARD since they were withdrawing because they were being overpowered by the Christians their war commanders started encouraging them with the slogan 'he who fights and run lives to fight another day' they were adviced to face their anemies even if they die it will be better as they will have to fight no more and go to heaven.The christains never needed such encouragement as they were more in number and the war was in their favour.But the other religion were all fighting with 'the last drop of their blood'.
But today the followers of this religion has no understanding of this fact that it was just an encouragement for the early follwers who were being defeated at war and being followers of a great war lord who never quit in battles even when he is being defeated.
But I wish several of them who died and has been roasting in hell would come back and talk to their left behinds who are all looking for any slight opportunity to COMMIT SUICIDE
I had to start this thread cuzz its been a subject of debate in the med school i attend.
Euthanasia (a.k.a Hopital Humanism) is the process of painlessly helping a terminally ill person to die. Known also as assisted suicide or mercy killing. Generally, euthanasia is performed by lethal injection, using the same drugs as those on death row are executed.
Though Euthanasia is illegal for humans in the United States. Some folks (especially evolutionists) are actively in support of it.
Do you think its ok for doctors to keep performing Euthanasia.