Simon wrote " could it be that they really didn't care about him?
My question would be "Who are the they?
This is the problem when we attach ourselfs to an organisation. An organisation doesn't have feelings. It's individuals in the organisation that have feelings. In my opinion blaming an organisation can therefore make the blame meaningless.
So who in the organisation should be responsible and cared. According to the " Guardian newspaper" it was the elders at the K.H Prince attended. In a similar way the media are highlighting a case against Jim Carey and his girlfriends suicide.
So whilst I agree the elders possibly didn't care, do we know if they were even aware of his drug addiction? As for the organisation it can learn from it and set up qualified support for members with addiction. But that would take an individual in the organisation with the power to implement such an idea. This I do not believe will happen because the image of the organisation is more important than the indiduals with addiction problems.
So my answer to who the "They that don't care " are, is the governing body.
Beware of organisation. Never was a truer statement made.