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Quote from a recent Watchtower....

Erm no...

The fact that millions of people KILL THEMSELVES every year shows us this cannot possibly be true.

People commit suicide BECAUSE they can't cope with the stress anymore.

Well they could argue "well they didn't ask for God's help..."

Yea, well you know countless numbers of JWs sadly commit suicide too right...?

So where was God when HIS people needed him eh?

Just annoys me that they are adamant and blindly believe that God will be the "cure-all" but mostly that it trivialises suicide, which is a serious issue.

I am so glad I'm not involved anymore!

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