Describe Hamlet’s Argument against suicide in Act III of the play?


In Act III, what is the main argument of Hamlet against suicide?


His argument against suicide is, “To be or not to be,” which is also very famous speech. In this speech, he expresses his concern for unknown and what might happen afterlife, “what dreams may come.” He considers death is like an undiscovered country, where nobody returns from, to tell us about it. Therefore, he is not able to find any positive reason to live, only just fears death and constantly contemplating over suicide that it would be easier to do than to live. This is actually how conscience makes cowards of us all.