The former Romanian prime-minister A. Năstase was recently sentenced to a four-year prison, of which he will probably do less than a year, but that’s another story.
It is the second prison sentence, after the one in 2012 (when he only did 9 months), when he apparently tried to commit suicide when police arrived at his home for arrest (wikipedia has the story).
The question is: why did he stop trying? 🙂
The thing I don’t understand about the suicide person is the people that try to commit suicide and for some reason they don’t die and then… that’s it. They stop trying.
Why don’t they keep trying? What is changed? Is their life any better now? No.
In fact, it’s worse, because now they found out ‘here is one more thing you stink at’…
That’s why the people don’t succeed in life to begin with: because they give up too easy.
I say pills don’t work, try a rope. Car won’t start in the garage? Get a tune up.
Do you know what I mean?
There is nothing more rewarding than reaching a goal you set for yourself…
Written by Dorin Moise (Published articles: 246)