Before taking a certain position or stance that may terrify many people, readers should be warned that it’s a suicide and its merits. Many people believe that nothing is worth taking someone else’s life. Basically, all human beings consists of a bunch of atoms that are bound together to form organs, skeleton, and tissues. From a populistic stance, there is no sense in preserving people’s life in the over-populated world, especially if they are seriously ill and keep suffering.
Another widespread argument for people who prefer to stop and prevent suicides is that nothing can be very bad, but they can’t know that for sure. To understand that, they need to be out into the same situation or under similar circumstances as people who decide to take this serious step. It’s hard to imagine what victims feel. For instance, severely-burned people may decide to be allowed to die peacefully, but they are prevented from committing a suicide by laws. Their family members and friends are the only ones who suffer because of this decision.
Many religions share the same belief that any human life is sacred, and only a few of them accept the idea that suicides can be honorable in certain situations. The greatest example is the story of those Tibetan monks who decided to kill themselves to protest against the Chinese occupation of their land, but this case is more about their self-sacrifice than a pure suicide. Historically, all legal systems are informed by religions, and that’s why attempted and pure suicides are considered illegal.
Many people believe that committing a suicide suggests some sin or even crime. Only in 1969, they were decriminalized in the UK, but a voluntary euthanasia is still a crime. This situation may change because the voice of supporters is becoming louder these days. They keep arguing that people’s lives belong only to themselves, so it’s only up to them to decide if they want to live or die.
For them, it can be a feasible solution to such serious problems as disabling pain and chronic disease, so their right should be assisted and respected. The strongest arguments that support people’s life to commit a suicide is that it allows people to preserve their dignity, avoid suffering, and frees up many valuable healthcare and other resources required by other patients. These are among the merits of committing a suicide voluntary by people who are 100% sure that they want it.
Before taking a certain position or stance that may terrify many people, readers should be warned that it’s a suicide and its merits. Many people believe that nothing is worth taking someone else’s life. Basically, all human beings consists of a bunch of atoms that are bound together to form organs, skeleton, and tissues.