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Is it morally wrong to say you will not die for any reason What wouldbe a valid reason Or a valuable reason worth actually dying for Is itethical or selfish to not die for a human being even if it was a lovedone Would it be wrong to interfere with someones fate even thougheventually a persons life will end There are millions of situationsthat come to mind when I ask myself this question For example if yourloved one was caught in a fire and to save that person you would have torisk your own life would you do it It doesnt even have to be a lovedone there are other situations where it could be an important causelike fighting for your country Personally I would die for someone whowould die for me Someone I dont have to think twice about It would bemy family because I love them and there would not be any reason thatwould doubt this belief I had an accident that had resulted for me tobe in the hospital My parents were there every minute taking care ofme I have never seen my father cry until that day when they had toleave the first night because of the visiting hours Is there even avalid reason to justify my reason for dying for my family Its anatural instinct for me to want to help and risk my life to save themThere are times when I have problems with my parents and I get sofrustrated They rationalize their reasons with we do it because welove you and its for your own good Maybe I wont understand until Ihave my own children but to some extent I understand where they stand Iwould die for my siblings too I love my sisters they are my bestfriends We have always remained a close family and through the hardestand most difficult times we have all been there and never walked awayfrom one another The meaning of family is
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