Friday, 28 September 2012


Life is a constant oscillation between the sharp horns of dilemmas.

Euthanasia refers to the practice of intentionally ending a life in order to relieve pain and suffering.

Brains aren't designed to get result; they go in directions. If you know how the brain works you can set your own directions. If you don't, then someone else will.

There are different euthanasia laws in each country. The British House of Lords Select Committee on Medical Ethics defines euthanasia as "a deliberate intervention undertaken with the express intention of ending a life, to relieve intractable suffering". In the Netherlands, euthanasia is understood as "termination of life by a doctor at the request of a patient".


Euthanasia in it's recent memories has it's heroic highness, Tony Nicklinson as a pivotal figure. May his soul be blessed.

Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

If a loved one suffering wants to end their life peacefully, would you help, when the person suffers extremely, locked in syndrome, crippled motionless by aids, paralysed body hanging on the beating of a machine or the only time to enjoy a meal is via a tube through unsavoury orifices.

The world is getting to be such a dangerous place, a man is lucky to get out of it alive.

Pain is an unpleasant feeling often caused by intense or damaging stimuli, euthanasia is about pain, about extreme pain and when pain takes over our bodies most of the time we are defenceless and again we are out of control, out of our minds losing our capacity to any other sense but pain. Excruciatingly taken over our mental capacity, if euthanasia is about pain then pain is about suffering, wherefore suffering is about the patient and the carer. Euthanasia is about weighing the interest and the benefits of both parties. It is said if you are scared of dying, don't be born and yet no man in a healthy condition would love to die, but many times it's been said again that a person would rather die done go through a condition, which in a way highlights the saying, survival of the fittest.

Who soweth good seed shall surely reap; The year grows rich as it groweth old, And life's latest sands are its sands of gold!

You might ask yourself for a change in the law to help end the suffering of your cancer stricken loved one and end your hopeless anguish of pointless caring.

Why don't you want to do what you know you should do? The reason you don't is that you're in conflict with yourself.

Would you sit with your family to discuss the future, where you had no control of your bodies, to help each other end a life peacefully and truly respect their wishes by pulling a trigger.

The one thing over which you have absolute control is your own thoughts. It is this that puts you in a position to control your own destiny.

May be you feel you could help end a suffering life, but yet fear not to be able to cope with the mere fact that you ended a life, as it is said, once a thief always a thief.

A man does not know what he is saying until he knows what he is not saying.

Somehow you might not want to live with the perception of hopeless spectator, watching a love one suffer, agonisingly wasting into a rocky vegetative state of torture.

The label or the tag, pointing fingers or name calling, leaves you in awesome disarray, to be or not to be a killer or a saviour. A help to halt the inhumane suffering of a loved one. Wait a minute for if no man could ever breathe life into an inanimate object, should a man obligatorily, judgementally, accidentally or voluntarily take life or help to end that which breathes.

How about caring for a 99 year old, body brutally wasted, almost every visible muscle breaking into a bed sore, fighting infections and actively all that she could offer is tears and a plea that someone to help end this, yet every time she hears or feels her grandchildren there is a tingling move on her face, as if to appreciate the joy they bring to her.

We must become the change we want to see.

Euthanasia is categorized in different ways, which include voluntary, non-voluntary, or involuntary. Voluntary euthanasia is legal in some countries and U.S. states. Non-voluntary euthanasia is illegal in all countries. Involuntary euthanasia is usually considered murder.

Our last garment is made without pockets, DIY not a prerequisite in afterlife.

The question for politicians in some countries is why are your citizens, people in the most terrible circumstances who are determined to end their suffering in a way of their own choosing, forced to leave their country and travel to you know where to exercise their free will.