Great discussion on the real nature of suicide. We began with the update from one member. What do Christians usually say about money? What is money? What would you really do with a million dollars? What truly determines what you will do with money? What are your attitudes toward money? What is your relationship like with money? What kind of work do you want to do? What is happening to suicide rates across the United States? What state stands out as unique? Why? How important is meaning in life? What kind of goals must we have? What kind of goals leave us empty? When does materialism as a goal make sense? When does it not? What is suicide really? How do you generate hope? What must you do that is necessary to find something to hope for? How would you help someone homeless find hope? What determines how you will approach a homeless "bum"? What is "work"? What is the religion of the system in which we live? What do the words "love," "friend," and "family" really mean? What happens to people who seek for meaning in the modern world? How are we in a marathon? How does an abused 5 year-old find hope? What are you filled with when you see people's lives in context? What is the term Christians use for the power that helps us transform? Why does Beauty hold so much power that it can keep people alive? What is happening to video games? What is happening in China? What is the role of our traumas in our lives? What is the shift from victimhood to empowerment?