We have been told several times by our wonderful Divine Teachers, the angels, that we pre-plan our lives – a whole series of lives – before we manifest them physically. Thus, we have them on blueprints – that is, our pre-birth agreements are set in heaven’s stone. In other words, every single thing that happens in every single second of your life is predestined. How could suicide be an exception, then?
Well, it isn’t. If a human being decides to end his or her life that way, then suicide will be an inevitable end, however harsh it may sound.
Here comes the other logical question: how could God punish you for something that you had agreed upon together before you were born? The answer is very simple: he won’t. He would never ever punish you, actually, for anything. He is the Utmost Intelligence. He is omniscient, and omnipotent. You cannot trick him. You have no back lane to evade him or escape his almighty vision. You volunteered for physical lives for non other than Him, you had taken up your earthly assignments – let it be a dark one or a bright one – for Him. Why would he punish you for that?
Suicide, therefore, is one of the dark assignments a soul can take up. This is why you cannot go to Hell for it: by committing suicide you fulfill a task you planned before your birth. On the other hand, there is no Hell to go to.
Once upon a time there was a gorgeous Hungarian actress, Edit Domján, who felt in her teens that she had taken up her life only until the age of forty. Not only was she one of the most beautiful women but she was very talented as well. Her speech sound had magical effect on people – no wonder why she became a famous and successful actress.
One day, in the last year of her life, he met a very handsome man called Pál Szécsi – a very talented singer who was becoming famous as well. His voice was so amazing, so smoothe, so velvety that women’s soul melted immediately when listening to him.
They fell in the greatest love they had ever experienced – both of them felt that way. There are letters and songs left behind proving their love towards each other. Please listen to the following song, even if you can’t understand it, for it is worth it. It is started by a short speech by Edit and continued by a song sung by Pál titled ‘Bús szívből énekelni’ – meaning ‘Singing with a saddened heart’:
Unfortunately, Mr. Szécsi had already tried to commit suicide a few times before they even met. He had it in his character: the flaw of fatal uncertainty.
Then, on her fortieth birthday Edit committed suicide. She did not wish to live anymore for several reasons: one was her extremely painful break-up with Pál, the other was her incapability to face aging as an actress. The reason of the break-up was that the man started drinking again, and Edit could not put up with it. He had a very tough childhood that left an almost indelible scar in his soul: he was abandoned by his mother and spent fifteen years in orphanages. This period of his life, thus, had founded the inevitable end and always haunted in the dark corners of his life. His ninth suicide attempt was successful one and a half year after Edit’s death.
Both of them are in Heaven now. They are twin souls. Their blazing – and burning – love towards each other was the earthly recognition of them being one, and also, reminiscent of Heaven for them.
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