On April 5, 1994 Kurt Cobain barricaded himself in a room over his garage, put a shotgun to his head, and pulled the trigger. After a long battle with alcohol, drugs, depression, as well as personal and professional strife, the talented and famous lead singer of Nirvana ended his own life. Fueled by booze and drugs, he decided that dying was better than living as he was.
His downward spiral was known. Interventions were scheduled and carried out. Threats to break up the band didn’t work. His wife, who was having her own issues, putting whatever leverage she had to use didn’t work. Not even the prospect of losing custody of his daughter over a year before had been enough to break the hold of his addictions or the demon in his head.
If you die you’re completely happy and your soul somewhere lives on. I’m not afraid of dying. Total peace after death, becoming someone else is the best hope I’ve got.I bought a gun and chose drugs instead.
Living is to suffer the herd will walk through life never testing the rules or pushing against fences doing what their told they live and die the “honest” life but the wolf will stray and take on the wrongs with a force unmatched by obsticles he will die a warriors death alone before he ever conforms or gives in to rules that create injustice…a warriors death is what I seek in the valley of all these sheep.…