Euthanasia (from the Greek: εὐθανασία meaning "good death": εὖ, eu (well or good) + θάνατος, thanatos (death)) refers to the practice of intentionally ending a life in order to relieve pain and suffering. Euthanasia should be and not should be allowed. It is ending a person’s pain and suffering, and if it’s the person’s decision to not live anymore, why not it is a sin to force people to live longer then they wanted.
Unlike murder, euthanasia is not an act of violence. In an editorial in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dr. Eric Chevlen mentions that the courts have decided that the right to die should be made available to everyone (11B). Modern medical technology has allowed doctors to prolong life past the point of a patient's natural death. In the case of euthanasia, the doctor needs to end suffering from cancer or AIDS and assist the patient to die comfortably. Patients are beginning to assert their right to die rather than being kept alive forcibly. For example, a Texan who suffered burns in a gas explosion, Dan Cowart wanted to die even though he survived the accident. He believes that his rights were violated by the doctors who prevented his death through life- sustaining treatment (From Daily Mail). So euthanasia is actually not murdering people. It is ending a person’s life happily because we don’t want to see them suffering in this world, it is should not be illegal because we ‘help’ this person to end their pain. It is not an act of killing or violence.
Human beings have the right to die when and how they want to. In cases where there are no dependants who might exert pressure one way or the other, the right of the individual to choose should be paramount. So long as the patient is lucid, and his or her intent is clear beyond doubt, there need be no further questions. The Independent, March 2002
From the quote, it is true that people, us, have our own decisions whether to die or not. We are owners of our body. We...