Okay...this might seem like a morbid topic but it's time to discuss it, anyway.Right to Die
is a law that is being considered by a few different US states; including, Connecticut. It would be the option for terminally ill patients who have 6 months to live......
to request a prescription where they could be euthanized. We've had this option for our beloved pets; however, until now....this option has been unavailable for human beings.
Okay...we all understand what suicide is. This is different; in that, it would be considered a medically assisted suicide option.How do you feel about this being an option for yourself or your loved ones?I'm giving this law a big green light for the following reasons:
1 - Enough is enough. People know when it's time to be free from their physical body.
2 - People deserve to hang on to their dignity. I don't want to live so long that someone has to "spoon feed" me or change my diapers. Once again, enough is enough.
3 - Trying to keep everyone alive when they've lost "quality of life" is just plain silly. If you're waiting at the airport with someone who is flying you wouldn't hang on to them, in a way that....they end up missing their flight.
I believe that God gave everyone "free will" so it's important that we allow EVERYONE to exercise their free will when it's time to make their exit.
I respect everyone's point of view. Please feel free to express yourself where this issue is concerned.