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  • All of you people who are talking about suicide and thinking about ending your life because you don't think anyone cares please read the following message:

    I care, and I swear if I see a message in the news about a someone who went by the name of ____________ I will kill myself and it will be your fault. Don't you dare die, because you are still young and have a great life ahead of you. If you end this life, how would you know the best part isn't just around the corner? You wouldn't. You know why? Because you would be dead. Don't you want to know when that great part of your life comes into play? Because I want to see you strive above others because you have gone through these moments. So don't you dare die now. You have a purpose ahead of you. Don't you dare end something so precious and fragile. If you break the cage that holds your life it will run away, and it will never be found and many will mourn the loss of something so beautiful and amazing in it's own way. If you die, many will die inside. Don't kill others from your own problems. If you do they will not forgive you and you will always be in debt. Who can use something from someone else if they are in debt? They can't. You know why? Because you are in debt and they won't forgive you until you give it back. Pay back your debt by keeping your life and soul, such a precious thing, safe and sound from the hardships of life. Never think you have no purpose. Because you will always mean something to someone. Even if you don't know they exist.
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