Analysis Of Death Will Happen, Why Be Helpless

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Death Will Happen, Why be Helpless Must death be painful, when the end is imminent, why lay and wither away? “It is not completely crazy for us to suppose that a good life can be capped by a good death,” said professor John Lachs, “or that a good life can be capped with a horrible death over many months.” (“A Good Life..”) No matter the circumstance, a respectable death should always be the priority. Every day people are diagnosed with terminal illness, where help is futile, and the only thing left to do is worry about amenity and arrange for the end. Although, when the point is reached where every day is spent writhing in pain, in some time it will come to an end, why should that choice not be in their hands? United States citizens have civil rights in life, but are we not also concerned with these liberties in death, who should decide the standards for these civil amendments? People are born, live, and die once; the choice should be with them, it is a step toward freedom of the individual, while helping stop unnecessary and disheartening suicides. People …show more content…
Through life people tend to avoid unnecessary pain, if it does not have to be felt than why would it have to be incorporated? This regard should be applied when someone is on their death bed, the choice to live or die. People live out through months and months on end with life left in them, set on a breather, dosed with pain medication with nothing to do but lie there. Some are lucky and can hold up through it for a while longer than others but in the end they all face the same sad end, in a hospital with their family next to them until they finally slip away. With the ability to chose between the months or even years of nothing that is left for them, or the peaceful end that comes from a Seconal powder that slips them into a coma and lets them go peacefully with family beside on their own

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