The Bible is full of hopelessness. It’s literally 2000+ pages of lonely, broken, “dirty,” sinners, and all of their baggage. But you guys, those sinners are us. Their stories are exactly where the hope is found.
Upon initial glance, it says, “I’m fine,” but upside down it reads a much more desperate plea for help rooted in the depths of painful depression.
The wall of semi-trucks stretched across all of the westbound and eastbound lanes of the interstate — 13 trucks in total — creating a shorter distance for the man to fall if he did, in fact, decide to jump.
“Adults might have messed that up, but what they did was textbook.”
In 140 characters or less, people from all over the world shared inspiring tweets that serve as a powerful reminder to seek treatment for mental illness and to start a conversation about what really matters.
Experts call it the “celebrity-suicide effect,” in which copycat suicides piggyback that of someone famous.