Think about how you can see the world change and about how you can/will influence it. Things start, so why cant they start with you? Are you familiar with the Butterfly Effect?
I've never seriously contemplated suicide, not really anything past being in a really boring, really long school lesson. XD
i should have killed myself.
The authorities have decided , due to that,that you are to be denied burial.
At midnight, your body is dragged down a country road to a crossroads. Sticks are hammered through your body, and then you are thrown into a drainage ditch and left there.
A priest declares your soul to be burning in special hellfire.
This used to be the case, and it kept suicides down.
Maybe you prefer to be dumped on a table, your eyes dug from your face, your innards pulled out and fed to dogs, and, after your flesh tugged off, your skeleton to be mounted in a glass-fronted cabinet for students to view.
That doesn't happen anymore.
And that only happens if you donate your body to science...
If you're trying to convince people not to commit suicide, this isn't how you do it.
There WAS a time when an EXECUTED CRIMINAL was dissected to pieces on a table, the flesh fed to dogs, and the raw skeleton set up in a cabinet.
In Hogarth's series of prints about the Idle Apprentice. Unlike his workplace partner, this person was of depraved nature, who worked only begrudgedly, gambled and stole, was punished often (even sent to sea), and was finally betrayed and arrested even as he sought to hide the evidence (thrusting the body of his murder victim down a trapdoor). The Industrious Apprentice, now a magistrate, was not happy to see his former partner brought in chains to be judged by him and did not hesitate to sentence him to DEATH. Even as the Industrious Apprenctice was lauded now in a parade as Lord Mayor of London, the Idle Apprenctice was HANGED before a great crowd (incl. a woman hawking pamphlets on his "last confession")and then cut to pieces in the surgeon hall, his flesh thrown to dogs.....