The mind is a terrible thing to waste, stated by anti-drug commercials. We all will either appreciate or underrate our life based on certain experiences we live through. Many go through dramatic experiences that make life uncomfortable or more strenuous than surrounding patrons do. Religious beliefs often affect the reasoning of decisions and the importance of life. Some people live in a vegetable status since their body is still performing, but their mind is not. The government will not allow their death since it is unconstitutional and deemed as murder. Euthanasia ends a life and is exercised regularly overseas. The immoral act of euthanasia defies humanity and the purpose of life.
Some feel euthanasia needs legalization throughout the United States for vegetable patients. Currently Oregon allows physician-assisted suicides if certain medical conditions are present. The Pope John Paul II stated ?A man, even if seriously sick or prevented in the exercise of its higher functions, is and will be always a man ... [he] will never become a 'vegetable' or an 'animal'?The intrinsic value and personal dignity of every human being does not change depending on their circumstances.? Latest medical research results indicate the possibility that many brain-injured people have more activity in their minds than anyone previously knew.
The indecency alone should fulfill a person contemplating euthanasia to be immoral. According to Ecclesiastes 8:8 ?There is no man that hath power over the spirit to retain the spirit, neither hath he power in the day of death: and there is no discharge in that war, neither shall wickedness deliver those that are given to it.? 1 Corinthians 6:20 further states ?For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in...