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Suicide Problem: Is it the end or the beginning of new LIFE ?

Yesterday I got one of the sad news about my friend, I felt sorry afterwards about her

"She was so tired of living in agony and pain that she felt like this life has nothing left for her, She scribbled his name on the walls and notes, her last words were still dedicated to him, his name, his way of living his life & the way he cut all the threads with her.

She knew nothing more than just striking her name off from the livings, was it right? 

>I guess we are not the one to judge for this because we still are living with all what we can, irrespective of all the thrust which life bestow on us.
I just wish she would have been alive and I could have at least heard her share of love and helped her out of it. "

Life is one crazy thing for which we should value more than anything.

About 800000 people commit Suicide worldwide every year, of these 135,000 (17%) are residents of India. India is accounted for the highest estimated number of suicides in the world in 2012, according to a WHO report one person commits suicide every 40 seconds globally.
And the worst thing to note is that India has one of the world’s highest rate of suicides among people aged between 15 years and 29 years.
Each year, between 30 and 40 people per 100,000 Indians aged between 15 and 29 kill themselves. This accounts for about a third of all suicides in the country.

Some of the causes of Suicide in India in 2013 were

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Suicide Problem: Is it the end or the beginning of new LIFE ?


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