Some of the poor in Pakistan are turning to suicide to end their poverty. NESARA cannot come too soon.
I don’t wish to denigrate the plight of the poor in Pakistan in any way, but my researches for New Maps of Heaven have demonstrated to me that there are reasons why not to choose suicide.
Suicide has four karmic effects. First, suicides may remain in a kind of stupor or fog on the other side until the natural time of their passing.
Second, they must go to a lower spirit plane than they would otherwise and learn first why suicide is not advisable before progressing further.
Third, suicides may need to make amends in a future life to those they had a karmic obligation to.
Fourth, when they are born into another life where they are happy and successful, they may be cut off prematurely in order to make the point again that suicide is not in accordance with the Divine Plan.
There are some circumstances in which suicide does not incur a karmic penalty. Socrates’ death is one example.
I’ll do an article on this because I know there are people who have been affected by suicide and others may know some who are contemplating it as an escape from hard times.
Opinion: Embracing Death – The Poor in Pakistan Turn to Suicide
The poor in Pakistan have found a proven way to end their financial worries – Suicide. A series of suicides among the poor is ringing alarms of an endangered Pakistani populaton.
It is a wave of depression, the deadly edge of penurious life, when the poor can’t pay it all and throw themselves down the dark abyss of DEATH. In different parts of the country, particularly in the poor population of Punjab province, several people committed suicide due to their financial troubles.
Where is Pakistan heading? The most shocking incident that banged out to the entire nation earlier this week took place in Lahore city where 36 years old Akbar Ali, a poor Rickshaw driver, poisoned himself and his three daughters to death to escape the misery of debt and penury. Ali’s wife, who also took the poison, survived the incident and was left to look after her only son – six-year-old Ali Raza (who wasn’t poisoned).
The incident was covered in depth by Meher Bokhari of News Beat fame. A few days later, Meher then went to another part of the city where a young vegetable-seller committed suicide. The reason was the same – financial worries and debt. Other deaths were also reported due to poverty.
People whom Meher talked to expressed loss of any hope and begged for government support. The scene represented misery and darkness. With people turning to suicide, Pakistan continues to suffer from VIP culture where billions are spent on security issues.
The catch-22 for the Pakistani masses is: Which way you want to die – suicide or murder? Any large-scale poverty alleviation schemes may be a source of relief for the endangered population of this country. But will corruption let it happen? The answer in itself is a dark note.