Many people say that our next destination ( next birth , heaven/hell or moksha) determined by what we think at the last moment of our death .
Even in Bhagvad Gita it is written whosoever thinks of Krishna at the last moment of his death reaches to him (i.e. attain Moksha).
And whoever, at the time of death, quits his body, remembering Me alone, at once attains My nature. Of this there is no doubt.
Whatever state of being one remembers when he quits his body, that state he will attain without fail.
So my question are -
Then is it not the best to commit suicide by some means which is painless and remember Krishna so that we can attain Moksha ? Because letting yourself dying naturally is risky as most deaths are painful and generally it is very hard to remember God at the time of death for most people.
What is use of doing good karma throughout one's life when our next destination will be determined only by our last moment of death ?
Many people will say that suicide is sin , so this method will not be valid. But there are many sins and according to this theory all karma done by a person is useless , what matters is just the last moment of death. Nowhere it is written that when one commits suicide , then this method will not be valid. Because if god forgive all sins done by a person just because he remembers him at the last moment of his death , then why will he not forgive suicide ?
Disclaimer - I am not encouraging anyone to commit suicide , this is just a theoretical question. I am not an expert in hinduism anyway.