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Obv i'll jump in the water. Fires kill.
^ that was a monk who intentionally set himself ablaze lol
but do you think he knew why he did it?
Yep. He was protesting against a law.
I'll be damned if i can remember any details on it though. Just search "monk sets himself on fire" and you'll find it.
Like, ofc he had an idea that set him ablaze, but why? Did he really understand the deeper purposes of what it meant?
Similarly, if I am on fire, should I stop my flame just because it hurts? What if I am like this because it needs to be so for a reason I'll only find out if I burn?
Killing yourself is suicide.
He doesn't mean it literally XD
Put another spin on it, did that monk know how he'd inspire me today? He may have thought he was protesting a law, but does he understand that the way he did it speaks of so much more than protest? Does he understand what burning is as I do??
I stop and ask...why did he do it and why does it speak to me so?
No I meant about that monk who set fire on him to show his protest. But I don't support such protest it's nothing more than suicide and I don't believe someone has to suicide so others can live happily
Maybe not for that monk @JittoDavid. What if what he did transcends such labels we put on death?
In a way, every soldier who goes to war commits suicide. They know that their service may cost them their lives, some even willingly put themselves into death to save another.
Is that suicide?
If that monks protest was as you say it is, nothing more than suicide, then why is he so remembered?
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