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Imagine your life as it is now You drudge to work everyday and do not get enough sleep half of the time but you are reasonably healthy and happy Now how would you feel if you are dying from cancer and can no longer feed or bathe yourself or even speak coherently What if you can hardly move because you are so weak and you are bedridden What if you are in a situation where you are constantly suffering from pain and doctors will not give you adequate pain medications because they fear you will get addicted or fear you will die if they give you enough medication to ease your suffering What if you have lost all bodily function and your family is hurting to see you in so much distress What if you have been in the hospital for over a year and your medical bills are soaring and you cannot remember what fresh air smells like I am sure that you would consider the relief that death would bring Maybe you wouldnt ask your family to let you die but some one else will So dont you think that it is that persons choice to decide their fate I cannot imagine anyone who would want to live under those conditions but I know most people certainly do not want to die Until you are put in that situation I think it would be wrong to judge others on their choices Many people find themselves facing a moral dilemma when they have a loved one in that situation and know they want to end their misery Christians might say that God gave you life therefore it is not yours or any one elses to take away Yet for those whom religion doesnt have a significant place in their lives they have a choice though an illegal one for the time being Suicide or assisted suicide in certain cases should
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