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Do you want to save your sick mother or just let her die In Netherlands the practice of euthanasia relieves the dying or suffering or pain They say that we have the regret to have the right to live Euthanasia is divided into two First active euthanasia is euthanasia used because of the patient willing Second passive euthanasia is euthanasia used because of the offering of a doctor What is Euthanasia It is the practice of killing person who is suffering from a disease that couldnt be cured without pain As we realize by killing a person we violate his right to live That is human right Although we know that human rights also include the rights of the human to do what he deserves it doesnt mean that we can everything we want because there are laws which limit our wish to do what we like Country laws ban their own citizens to kill people there is no rule which stated that You can kill people Humans lives cant be taken as we like In religion we know that all humans lives are God decision Let Nature decides for itself Everything happening in the world has its own purpose and all plantation including suffering Why do people suffer Because we have violated the natures balance We cut trees and what have we got floods and land slides Some people come into the state of commas because of wrong lifestyles Wouldnt it be better to invent better methods of treatment than killing off the patient Some doctors are subjunctive He or she may think a person cant be cured but others dont Many herbalists Chinese practitioner can cure untreatable diseases So the key to find the right method of treatment for patient is not to kill him off If my family suffered diseases that cant be cured I wont let them to use euthanasia because I still want to see them alive until
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