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Just for a minute imagine yourself no longer in control of your body Your mind is not really very useful anymore either You cant recognize anyone you dont know who you are and you will only get worse You are in pain and the medicine is not doing the trick but you can no longer communicate that fact The world slowly slips away with whispers of confusion and shouts of pain Nobody but you can hear them and nobody can hear you Would you want to go on Perhaps you would want to be left to go in peace I know its almost impossible for most people to imagine themselves in a condition like the one just suggested There are of course different cases with varying conditions but for the record would you want to live through great suffering at the end of your life If the unnatural machines that kept you alive were just taken away would you really want them back or would you be grateful My point is that we as humans try to bring other humans through every disease that afflicts and effects them and even defy death with our magnificent machines without thinking about just how far to go We have the abilities to cure sicknesses that once destroyed whole societies We can keep people alive indefinitely but when is it too long Im not saying that modern medicine and its technology is bad Im a perfect example of medical technology myself Ive had three heart-sugeries and Im still here I was lucky enough to make it but some arent We have to realize that when it comes to things such as these we are not in complete control even with our Harvard Grads and super machines You then might ask me How are we supposed to know when to pull the plug Well I dont believe Im the one to say To be honest I dont think you
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