Anyone read this article? Anyone notice that the first 2 article is about the man who commited suicide and the rest is about how inconvenient it was that MRT was disrupted? No mention about why or who the suicide was but has detailed account when the train resumed or how many buses it took to ferry people or how many estimated passengers were affected and lastly, how to get a full refund. I know suicide is wrong but in here, it just feel like priority is on convenience than a social issue.
A mother tried to kill herself last month but failed. Now she is worried that if she goes to jail, who will look after her son. In Singapore, the there is a fine and jail sentence for attempted suicide. But no mention about successful once. Does this mean she is penalized for her failure? What is the moral lesson? In life, as well as in death, aim for perfection.
Anyway, just wanna share some thoughts... this is not about suicide but the reaction to it.