I read all that people have wrote but it's almost feelings like none read what I wrote.
Suicide is not about seeking help from the All Mighty but from those here on this planet that chose to ignore our pain.
It does not require miracles from GOD but love and support from family, friends and sometimes a stranger.
As for God, he gave us the bible for us to learn to love one another. He gave us compassion but we choose not to use it.
And on a side note. There is no hell, sheol was the original word the King James Bible switched to Hell, but Sheol in Hebrew really means the grave. The only hell there is , is that which we make for ourselves.
No, I did read your words. My brother was bipolar, too. He tried multiple times to kill himself, and I know I personally tried what I could do to help him, but the thing is, he needed to want to help himself, too. He didn't, though, and spent so much of his time lamenting about what a cruel world it is and how the world was out to beat him down instead of accepting responsibility for his actions and noticing the good that was in his life.
I feel compassion for those who are suicidal...I've been there, too. I've been through quite a few hard times that I won't elaborate here, I've had bad postpartum depression, and I am still suffering from major depressive disorder. But, I have two parents, a husband, a daughter, brothers, sisters, nephews, friends... so many people I love that I would be leaving behind if I drove off a bridge or slit my wrists. No matter how hard my life gets, no matter how depressed I get, no matter how bad things seem, I can look at that and see why my life is worth living. Compassion for others only takes you so far; you have to have some compassion for yourself, as well.