The debate "Is suicide more a quitters act than a courageous one" was started by
March 12, 2016, 1:52 am.
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Burnin, PoliticsAsUsual, Cato and 3 visitors agree.
danielle, RyanWakefield and 4 visitors disagree.
Ryan why do you say that?
if your going on a suicide mission in order to save others that is a brave move and is morally just. it is different from killing yourself and not only affecting others negatively.
you only say that because you have probably never faced troubles as big as someone suicidal
I would say that suicide is a quitter's mentality, though not exactly in those words.
On the other hand, there are examples of going into something you know will kill you, when it is even avoidable, for someone else. If nobody minds spoilers in general for a movie, read between the x's
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Yes!! Its always easy to run from your troubles and responsibilities than facing them and you need balls to face them.
One needs a lot of courage to even harm himself intentionally, n a far more courage to kill himself. Truly suicide is no cowards act. But how big a quitter one has to be to commit suicide. After all if u can gather courage to commit suicide, y not gather courage to face ur problems.
Suicide is by no means courageousness.
sometimes quitting can be courageous