Theory A: A person is most free when they accept death as the inevitable. Theory B: A person cannot be completely certain they will die. Theory C: There is no reason for life and life has no meaning. On the thinking of solipsism, people only denounce they will die from what they have felt, and what they have seen. Not any one person can prove that others exists, so there still lies the possibility that everyone else are merely thoughts and are just part of your "environment", therefore, simply because you see other people die, people that might not exist, one cannot determine they will have the same fate. It is when a person truly accepts that they are going to die, whether it be conscious thinking or not, is when a human can be truly free; body and soul. A shortcut to acceptance: spend an entire week believing that there is no meaning to life. In order to do this, you must be an immaculate believer with no questions asked. At the end of the week, think to yourself and see if you do not feel more of a free person, and if your outlook on life has, or hasn't changed. After thinking about this, I now feel as though suicides are very honorary people.