This is the continuation of the previous article:
But what about if you make the decision to leave the person and some time later you will find out that this person has died ? And this may happen because as I said in the previous article the addiction pushes the body to the limits and quite often the body cannot take it anymore and it dies.
Should you feel guilty then ?
If you feel guilty, it means that you have missed some points within you and you will have to work on them or otherwise it will destroy your whole life. But this is nothing really special because if you are for example jealous then this will destroy your whole life exactly the same. It is just another mind construct which feeds of the energy that you give into it self-willingly and it destroys your body.
But within this don't forget one thing. If you apply the principle of what is best for all in your situation then you should not feel guilty at all. In the end you have done all that you could have done best in that situation. You were ready to help and assist the person on multitude of occasions and simply he didn't accept your help and what is most important he didn't do anything or enough on his own. I remind you that the chip that needs to be changed is in his head and only he's got the key to this chip.
This "not feeling guilty" may not be and most probably will not be understood by many people in your surrounding and they will be judging you, trying to blame you if something happens to that person, labeling you as an egoist, attack you etc. This is unfortunately current reality on Earth - people don't understand the principle of what is best for all and thus you will be heavily judged and ostracized in the society for what you have done. But if you are clear within yourself this will not affect you either.
To be continued...