Sometimes I hope that I would die in a car accident.
In our school computer lab, the counselor came in and talked to us about our feelings. She said that feelings were like a roller coaster, it goes up and down. We had an activity in the computer about emotions and that it's okay to talk about your feelings.
I love you Danny!
Later that day, Danny told me something that I will never forget. That's when it struck me that he was suicidal.
I talked to him, then I told the counselor, I thought it was the best idea; however, the last thing I want to do is exacerbate his feelings. I didn't see him for the rest of the day.
The next day, I saw him with a big smile. He told me that he feels so much better, and that his parents bought him a Pokemon Pack, and that he even got a Rayquaza EX from it. Hearing this, I felt as though I was over the moon.
To this day, I still think of him. I still think of his radiating smile. I still remember how he helps other get through hard times, but most of all, I still look up to him. This story reminds me of a quote by Robin Williams,
"...The saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that."