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Discussion in 'In Memory Of...' started by TrevAnon, Jan 5, 2017.
If a person "causatively drops their body" as Hubbard did, is that considered a suicide?
That was more like running out the back door.
As someone once said " Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem ".
Known too many that bailed by suicide & only a few that the pain from a terminal illness wasn't endurable to them.
There are two schools of thought on that Pitsy.
People who gain high levels of command over the body can control by will the autonomic muscles so as to stop their heartbeat. This is normal in many esoteric schools.
Traditional Judeochristion thought strictly forbids it.
I love your avatar, Trev. That should be the new anon T-shirt logo.