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Author:Thiaoouba Prophecy
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Source:Gettr

On April 28, 2022, Mr. Miles Guo said on Gettr in a live broadcast that suicide was not an option in life. “We will face some big tests in life, and we have to withstand the pressure and get over the anxiety and doubts inside.” And after passing the most catastrophic moment, “we will see hope and the true meaning of life, and we will even feel the power of faith.”

Indeed, suicide is the worst possible decision. Family and friends will be devastated, and religious people, psychics, and even ETs have told us why suicide is a decision you will regret. You shouldn’t commit suicide.

Friends and family members will be devastated

Friends and family members who are left behind by suicide are often known as suicide survivors and their experiences could be traumatic. Besides the grief they would feel about the death of a loved one, they would also have extreme shame, guilt, failure and regret for not preventing the suicide, shock, numbness and disbelief that there was no chance to say goodbye, strong feelings of anger or confusion, isolation and emotional withdrawal from others, feelings of depression, sadness, loneliness, and tearfulness, loss of interest in things they usually enjoy, helplessness, restlessness, difficulty with everyday routines, change in appetite or sleeping patterns, increased tiredness or insomnia, headaches, regret about things they did or did not do, distress over unresolved issues, etc.. They would likely to have a higher rate of depression, physical issues, anxiety, and divorce after the suicide of their loved ones.

Christian views on suicide

Early Christianity banned suicide, with the biblical justification of the commandment, “Thou shalt not kill”, meaning that the killing of oneself is not allowed either.

Modernly, the Catholic Church holds that one’s life is the property of God, and to destroy that life is to wrongly assert dominion over God’s creation, or to attack God remotely. In the past, the Catholic Church even would not conduct funeral services for persons who killed themselves, and they could not be buried in a Catholic cemetery.

Specifically, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states

“Everyone is responsible for his life before God who has given it to him. It is God who remains the sovereign Master of life. We are obliged to accept life gratefully and preserve it for his honor and the salvation of our souls. We are stewards, not owners, of the life God has entrusted to us. It is not ours to dispose of.

Suicide contradicts the natural inclination of the human being to preserve and perpetuate his life. It is gravely contrary to the just love of self. It likewise offends love of neighbor because it unjustly breaks the ties of solidarity with family, nation, and other human societies to which we continue to have obligations. Suicide is contrary to love for the living God.”

Jewish views on suicide

In Orthodox Judaism, the Jewish law forbids suicide. In general, preserving human life is among the highest duties in Judaism, and suicide is seen as counter to this fundamental value. Human beings are barred even from harming themselves — let alone ending their own lives. Moreover, in traditional Jewish thought, the body belongs to God, and as such ending one’s life not considered within the scope of a person’s authority. Suicide is sometimes regarded as stealing from God and a rejection of God’s sovereignty.

Islamic views on suicide

Muslim scholars agreed on five main objectives of the Islamic law, which are the preservation of the self; the preservation of the reason; the preservation of the religion; the preservation of the property/wealth; and the preservation of lineage. Therefore, suicide is considered a major sin in Islam as it violates the objectives of preserving the human soul. Killing or harming others is forbidden in Islam.

It is specifically warned against suicide in the Quran. “And do not kill yourselves [or one another]. Indeed, Allah is to you ever Merciful”. (An-Nisaa’ 4:29) “…And do not throw [yourselves] with your [own] hands into destruction.” (Al-Baqarah 2:195) Taking the human soul is not justified under any circumstances in Islam.

Buddhism on suicide

For Buddhists, as the first precept is to refrain from the destruction of life, including one’s self, suicide is seen as a negative act. If someone commits suicide in anger, he or she may be reborn in a sorrowful realm due to negative final thoughts. Nevertheless, Buddhism does not condemn suicide without exception, but rather observes that the reasons for suicide are often negative and thus counteract the path to enlightenment.

Hinduism on suicide

In Hinduism, suicide is spiritually unacceptable. Generally, taking one’s own life is considered a violation of the code of non-violence and therefore equally sinful as murdering another. Some scriptures state that to die by suicide (and any type of violent death) results in becoming a ghost, wandering earth until the time one would have otherwise died, had one not died by suicide.

Hinduism accepts a person’s right to end one’s life through Prayopavesa. Prayopavesa is for old age yogis who have no desire or ambition left, and no responsibilities remaining in this life. Another example is dying in a battle to save one’s honor.

Jainism on suicide

In Jainism, suicide is regarded as the worst form of violence and is not permitted. Nonviolence is the fundamental doctrine of Jainism.

Psychic Mediums on Suicide

Psychic mediums are the ones who can communicate to the people who have passed away.  What do they say about suicide? Blair Robertson, a psychic medium for at least 30 years, says that suicide does NOT let you escape and it is NOT an escape. “It may give a minuscule level of relief, but the consequences are powerful.” (https://blairrobertson.com/blog/suicide-do-our-loved-ones-burn-in-hell/)  The following five points are emphasized:

1. Suicide Regret: In every single case of a suicide that comes through, Blair says that he learned that if they could do it all over, they would. Once on the other side, they quickly recognize the hurt caused, and that nobody can truly escape karma. He has yet to meet anyone that has crossed over who was happy about the pain of those left behind, and doubt if he ever will.

2. Suicide Punishment? More Like A Review: Every suicide Blair had a connection with has expressed that they have been put in a corner, so to speak, and they certainly DO understand the PAIN of EVERY SINGLE PERSON left behind. They are happy to go through this as it helps them develop, grow and understand the spiritual impact of this.

3. There is NO HELL. They do NOT “burn in hell for eternity.” Religion teaches that, but, according to Blair, there’s no such thing! However, the people who commit suicide WILL experience the pain of those left behind and go through a review for doing so…

4. Forgiveness: They will experience forgiveness. While they WILL be “put in a corner” briefly, they will be forgiven. The people who commit suicide will eventually realize the pain that they caused and they will understand that suicide was not an option as far as karma goes. They WILL realize that what they did was wrong.

5. Karma: They can’t escape karma. Suicides only hit the “pause” button. They WILL return and have to relive the events that brought them to suicide and will definitely make better decisions the next time around.

Extraterrestrials (ETs) or aliens on suicide

Extraterrestrials tell us that life is a learning experience.  Our principal obligation is, through our free will, to develop our spirituality by responding appropriately to the challenges in life. Universal law is well-established so that if we make a mistake, we pay the penalty, sooner or later, and suicide is strictly forbidden.

During his trip to Thiaoouba, a golden planet that has an advanced civilization, Michel Desmarquet, the author of “Thiaoouba Prophecy” (https://www.chinasona.org/Thiaoouba/ ), wrote about his experiences.  Thao, his mentor from Thiaoouba, specifically warned against suicide when speaking against religious cults on earth.

“It is terrifying to see young people, healthy in body and spirit, throw themselves at the feet of charlatans claiming to be Gurus and great masters, when the latter are masters of only two things – talking and collecting fabulous sums of money. This, of course, gives them power and enormous pride to see themselves dominating entire crowds of people who submit to them, body and soul. Not long ago, there was even one leader who asked his followers to commit suicide, and they obeyed. Since on Earth they love ‘proof, there is an excellent one to give them: Universal Law forbids suicide – if this ‘master’ had been genuine, he would have known this. In demanding this sacrifice from them, he presented the greatest proof of his ignorance.”

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Original Article:https://gnews.org/zh-hans/2482871/

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