A thought on Suicide by C. S. Lewis

    In two previous posts (here, and here) I addressed the question of suicide. In The Problem of Pain C. S. Lewis, says, in a couple sentences what took me two posts to say. He says,
 
    "'It would be better for me not to exist' -- in what sense 'for me'? How should I, if I did not exist, profit by not existing? (p. 27)"

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