I'm so terribly sorry for your loss. I always enjoy reading your comments and thoughts but man you are articulate and talented. I hope you know that 🌹
very well said and on point 👍
i think we also need to discuss actually killing. i mean the hippocratic oath says "not to harm". however at the moment, everything that is conductive to ending a live is defined as "harm", which i think isn't always right. specially not at the natural end of ones life.
I would love to hear your thoughts on thishttps://youtu.be/DHBgTFHjPXI
yeah i notice that with corona too. we're litterally ruining the entire society just so a few elderly people can "maybe" live a few days more... live ends. you'll die. it's inevitable. we can not destroy the lives of everyone in order to extend the lives of a few for a bit. protecting life comes at a cost. that cost can't harm more people than it protects.if you look at corona: most people that die are elderly with SEVERE health issues. and when we look at the death rates, the lockdown and the masks have not slowed down the dying of those people due to covid... we must at some point admit defeat and realize that life does end.
but i always had a very different opinion about death than most people. i don't want to die. and i don#t want anyone else to die. but i'd rather die than being kept alive artificially, not even being conscious or maybe even suffering without anyone noticing for the rest of the time i have on this planet.
I have a very similar relationship with death too. A little more complex to explain here but I totally understand you.I hope you go on to live a full life and have a peaceful end full of love, warmth and joy 🌹
doing my best :) i'm lucky to be in good health with a good immune system so things like corona can't harm me. hope the same is true for you too.i learned this from my granddad. he was in worldwar 2 and a severe alcoholic as a consequence of the lack of psychological treatments for war veterans in germany. they were basically left to their own devices and that's why alcoholism is so prevalent.he told me in a clear minute that he can not bear the burden of the things that he did in war. he must drink so he can forget and he'll be the happeist man ever if he could just finally die. he somehow was still positive overall. he was just looking foreward to death. that's when i learned to not fear death so much.
That was deep.. May he rest in peace 💗
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I'm sorry for your loss and as usual I love reading your contributions. Thank you 🌹
Thank you 💙💜♥️
That was very though.. thank you 🌹
Never seen the movie but I agree it is very difficult to answer
what if the patient himself asked for it?
Both my parents were sick at the end of their lives and died naturally on their own terms. My mom even talked to all if the kids to say goodbye and that she loved us. In 2 days she passed. I can't speak for everyone but my parents let go of life without help. They chose when they were going to leave.
Bless their souls and I'm sorry for your loss 🌹
It was a little bit easier knowing that they decided to go on their own terms.
Really! where is that?
interesting.. do you support it?
The floor is yours to debate it
I mean... I personally would prefer to die if I was in that situation... but mercy killing is also sort of killing.. who knows karma would mind killing someone and come back to bite... I don't know