bambang wrote:Isn't it a crime to kill someone else?
Dixie wrote:We want them alive but we cannot have them and they do not want to live anymore...
Dixie wrote:You talk as if you were preaching. Sometimes you should remember that not everyone shares your beliefs. To me, there's no god, energy or something similiar right above us.
Dixie wrote:You're right, living is not a choice, nobody choses when they are born. But saying that "living is an obligation" sounds really strong, to me.
Dixie wrote:How do you know that "euthanasia is not the solution to the suffering"? Are you a doctor? Do you know anyone who's been in that situation? My answers are no, of course. So I cannot know for sure.
Dixie wrote:But I do know that if someone is in great pain and they cannot survive, why prolong it? I'm sure you get my point.
bambang wrote:When we're in great pain, we should still be optimistic, in my opinion. Nobody knows whether or not we're gonna survive. But one thing for sure "Don't ever give up hope"! when we are doing our best to survive even in great pain doesn't mean that we're prolonging the pain.
melek wrote:really very problematic issue.recently I have read the article about it.One Armenian doctor (I dont remember his name) killed some of his patients.I'm completely against it.God gave us life & only he can take it back.There is such saying 'if God gave disaster,he will give a remedy' about that doctor I want to add that it was considered as a crime & was arrested.
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