what does hamlets 1st soliloquy reveal about his state of mind

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His first soliloquy can be found in Lines 129-159. During this time he is suicidal, he's lost a sense of innocence and purity because of his father's death and is upset because his father isn't mourned as he feels he should be. Hamlet ponders the fact that suicide is a mortal sin, and wishes it wasn't.