Bob Dylan at My Loft. Third Avenue. New York City (1962)
We are told that suicide is an act of the greatest cowardice, that it is only possible to a madman, and other absurdities of a similar nature; or they make use of the perfectly senseless expression that it is “_wrong_,” while it is perfectly clear that no one has such indisputable right over anything in the world as over his own person and life.
—Arthur Schopenhauer, On Suicide (via man-of-prose)