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In our life we sometime find where we are at the top and surrounded by pleasure and satisfaction However we sometime will find where we are in the depths of misery and suffering That is the consequence of life and we cannot run from it We have to face it not giving up and let the life crush us Furthermore suffering has arranged by god to test us whether we complain or be patient If we complain it means we give up and take a shortcut to solve problems Otherwise we are patient and take a valuable action towards them One thing as a good example for the scheme above is euthanasia which is also called as mercy killing It is a way for people which cannot hold the disease they have anymore It is done by ending the patients life in order to stop the pain they feel However it is looked as a good thing to help people to get out of the suffering Because they will end their life in a nice way shortly No need to take a long time suffering because of the disease they have Frankly although euthanasia is looked as a good thing because it helps people I have different opinion towards euthanasia Any reasons for allowing euthanasia is not acceptable because however euthanasia can be categorized as killing And killing is bad no need to argue about it People said that euthanasia is a right for every single person to decide whether they want to have it or not And no one else can disturb a right of a person They judge it for themselves However I think that it is true whether everyone has their own right to decide euthanasia for themselves But is it true that their rights are infinity Isnt it true that they have regulations to form a boundary for the rights they have And one of the powerful regulation is Gods rules
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