it is much better to die with dignity than to live with pain
I believe to die with dignity is better than to live with pain, because of euthanasia, seppuku, and organ donation. Euthanasia is from the Greek word which means "good death". It refers to end someone's life without pain and agony. Seppuku is a form of Japanese convention suicide of honour, it is a way of dying with dignity. Organ donation is after the death of terminally ill people to donate their organs to those in need. To begin with euthanasia, euthanasia is a different way of die with dignity. In present-day society, it is considered by a vast majority of the population "right" when it serves human dignity, or a larger cause. ("Euthanasia Essay - Right to Die With Dignity",n.d.). Euthanasia is responsible for the patient, family responsibility, socially responsible, sensible, rather than immoral. For example, people with senile dementia can't do anything. Even how they feel brings too much pressure to their family. Life like this, they can't feel any happiness. Why can't choose die with dignity? Secondly, it's a prize of death which literally means" stomach cutting"is a particularly painful method of self-destruction, and prior to the emergence of the samurai as a professional warrior class, was totally foreign to the Japanese( "Seppuku - Ritual",n.d.). To the samurai, seppuku is not only a way to die, it stands for honour, courage, loyalty, and moral character. This is a way to die with dignity, although they were defeated. They don't want to live with humiliation, so they rather prefer to die. Living in society is not just sleeping,eating,playing. This kind of thing, is a way to give expression to personal value. Further more, organ donation is very sacred way for a person to die. If they live with only pain and there is no way to save them, why they can't choose medically assisted dying? Increasing number of people choose donate their...
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