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title If I could choose between a death of torture and one that is simple and easy why should I not have the right to select the latter These are the lines of famous Euthanasia critic Seneca If you had to choose between a death of torture and one of peace and ease wouldnt you rather select the more pleasant death Shouldnt you be entitled to picking your own death Shouldnt you be in control of yourself Isnt that what living in a democratic society is all about Today I want to talk to you about Physician Assisted Voluntary Euthanasia and why it should be made legal The word Euthanasia literally means a good death or one of dignity So Physician Assisted Voluntary Euthanasia is when a competent informed person asks a physicians assistance in ending their life and is not coerced into doing so From now on Ill refer to Physician Assisted Voluntary Euthanasia as Euthanasia for ease There are three main factors that are concerned with euthanasia and these will be my three main arguments They are Individual rights medical ethics and religious ethics I will persuade you as to why euthanasia should be made legal and why we should ignore these ethics Id like to start on Individual rights but before that lets discuss fate Fate is when an individual has no control over unforeseen happenings where it is possible that is future is already decided for you I dont know if this is true or not but I know I dont want it that way I dont like the idea of someone else being in control of my life deciding whats best for me and whats not Shouldnt we have that power Shouldnt we be in charge of ourselves take our destinies into our own hands We should be trusted with making decisions about our own lives We didnt choose to be born but it should be our
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