One loss, a million fingers pointing. -
June 17th 2009, 09:52 PM
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A few weeks ago, on a Saturday morning, I found out one of my good friends from school had killed herself. I froze in my tracks for a moment. The happiest person, the one who always smiled and always loved to laugh, was gone? I had seen her the day before! The last girl from school to see her. She said, "I'll see you later." And I waved and said goodbye. She was friends with everyone. She never left anyone out and she seemed so HAPPY. But now, we found out she was being bullied by some girls at school, and they're being blamed for her suicide. I don't understand why we must point fingers at someone. Sure, they might have done something, but you can't blame other people for someone else's actions. What are those girls supposed to do? Everyone's bullying them because they might have been bullies. That's no way to solve the problem. We lost one person; we shouldn't lose a few more! I believe that people are inherently good. They make mistakes. But what are you supposed to do when no one's willing to forgive them?