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December 08, 2017, 07:55:10 PM
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It's a very difficult decision. whose decision is it? This is really hard. to come and go between living and dying. If I was sick, maybe I should have pulled the pockets. but my close friend can not take a pin for me. hard for these people. I can not even imagine writing.
but if you really do not have any hope, you should take a plug!

It is the most awful decision that can be only done. I am sure that each one must use ALL of his chances to survive, even the slightest ones.

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December 08, 2017, 11:44:06 PM
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I agree with you like so many people - I do not doubt. However, the problem of euthanasia is actually much more difficult to make a legal decision than it seems! As well as suicide!
How can you make a decision without the main participant?
Very many cases, when the situation was influenced not only by relatives, but also by maniacs or simply scammers!
I believe that the decision on euthanasia should be taken by the court in each individual case after the investigation. And such cases should be considered as soon as possible.

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December 08, 2017, 11:56:51 PM
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It is entirely subjective, but if someone is unable to live a life worth living he/she must be allowed to end it smoothly.
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December 09, 2017, 12:02:24 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?
I am pro life and hate the idea of mercy killing. But given the situation, i would agree to resort with euthanasia if, and only is, resources (financially) are drained to prolong the life of the patient. In this case it is not only the patients agony that we are ending also the pain and sufferings of the relatives and loved ones.

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December 09, 2017, 03:28:58 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?
I was shocked and sad when my father experienced Euthanasia I did not believe until now I feel life is like a dream. Cry

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December 09, 2017, 04:25:36 AM
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I have seen some of my relatives suffering terribly from diseases, such as cancer and diabetes. I have felt that since there is no chance of a recovery, they should be allowed to die rather than being made to cringe from so much pain. Unfortunately, in India euthanasia is illegal. If you assist someone in performing it, then you can be jailed for the rest of your life.

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December 09, 2017, 07:31:38 AM
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Euthanasia is the difficult team. If I ever will be terminally ill, I want to die, it will be easier for my relatives. But I cant do euthanasia for my relatives.
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December 09, 2017, 07:45:34 AM
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In some cases, to lull people a more humane way than to leave alive and allow him to continue to suffer.
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December 09, 2017, 11:24:06 AM
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pulling the plug. I would prefer to die than seeing others suffer because of what I did. I'm happy that I have lived on this earth for many years, so that's enough for me to go away. I don't want to be a problem so I would choose to pass away.
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December 15, 2017, 06:58:40 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?
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December 15, 2017, 10:07:42 AM
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Good, why go to euthanasia? Life is precious, it is not easy to come to this world

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December 15, 2017, 12:24:40 PM
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Its a difficult question and the answer will depend on the situation, how many percent that the patient could wake up and recover, do you have the financial support, and will the patient can enjoy its life after recover or the patient will be constantly in pain, when you have the answer then you can know which action to take
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December 17, 2017, 10:38:53 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?

I've always believed that life is worth fighting for no matter what happens but in this topic, its situational. If a person is comatosed, and is physically in pain the longer in goes on, it may be a bettrr option to pull the plug. Especially if the person is not fit anymore to fight for it.

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December 17, 2017, 10:52:43 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?


Ofcourse I will fight for my life. Life is a gift from God and I believe that only God has the right to take it away. As long as I am breathing I will still find ways to live. As long ad there are people who's supporting me and believes in a miracle that I can still survive , I will still fight for my life. As long as there are people who hope for me to wake and continue with my life, I would still try to survive.


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December 17, 2017, 11:32:16 AM
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I am not against euthanasia. Euthanasia is a mean to stop someone who is suffering. What I am saying is that if you clearly see someone who is suffering and that their suffering would obviously lead into death and there is no hope for them, why prolong it?

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January 08, 2018, 04:24:38 AM
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January 08, 2018, 09:07:21 AM
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Euthanasia/mercy killing - it is somewhat good for the person who is dying to stop his suffering in living like no use in this world but it is against the will of God because as Christian we believe in saying that "While there is life, there is hope."
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January 08, 2018, 09:12:43 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?

Would rather just die and be over it. I mean instead of bleeding money to pay for the bills and if ever i do come out of my comatose or vegetative state, i won't be the same as i was before those state. I know it is a very pragmatic way of thinking about it but emotions aside, this is the best way to go. Being sad about your loved ones dying is natural, but prolonging their suffering so you could be with them longer is just torture

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January 08, 2018, 11:54:35 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?
If my family has no more capability to sustain me in the hospital because of bills, I would rather be happy to unplug that machine that just keep me breathing. At the end of the day, it is still the decision of the family. It is a very difficult situation actually for the family.

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January 08, 2018, 12:37:29 PM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?

Our life in this world are given by God, so we must not decide when we die or still alive. We must appreciate everything that God give to us, include our life. God has arrange our life and choose our fate. So, if i get the situation (like above situation), i will choose fight for life. We must face all the problem that God give to us, because God never ever give problem beyond our capacities.
Euthanasia is a sin, we shouldn't kill someone eventhough he/she can face it. The people who do euthanasia is same like a murder.

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