Isn't this the same conversation that this poster had several months ago?
As I recall, the poster got the same advice then.
People care about people in the abstract. Do I care about people dying in the Sudan from starvation? Yes. Am I going to do anything about it? No. Because I don't know them, I live half a world away from them, and what good could I do? There is the generic giving to the Red Cross, but me personally, there isn't anything to do.
Same with the poster. If a sparrow falls, it matters to the world - in the abstract. In reality, unless you are my family, loved one or friends, it doesn't really matter to me if you live or die. The most I can do is offer advice - all ready did, months ago, and hope it is taken. If it isn't, then there is nothing else to do.
I'm sorry your wife died, I'm sorry you are depressed, I'm sorry no-one loves you - including yourself - though I think you must a bit because you haven't killed yourself - I'm sorry no-one wants you for a submissive - but there is nothing to be done about any of that. By me or anyone else on collarchat.
And really, looking for pity on line is a dangerous thing, because people in the anonymity of the internet have precious little pity to share.
Pity is never good for anyone anyways. Empathy perhaps, but not pity.