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A Merciful Murder…

I’d, killed out of mercy, ‘cuz she’d been, suffering too long, losing control over her body, and, it hurt me, watching her die off slowly, little, by little, knowing that, time’s still nowhere NEAR, expiring, Y-E-T!

A merciful murder, I’d, committed, and, I don’t feel bad about what I’d done, because deep down I know, that I’d, murdered out of love, and care for that certain someone.

And maybe, I’ll, get sentenced as a heartless, coldblooded, murderer, but I don’t care, I got a cleared conscience here.  If I’d not murdered the person, then, I will, forever BE gnawed by my own conscience, for NOT doing what’s right by that person I cared too much about.

A merciful murder, I’d, committed, and, I really couldn’t give a !#$%ING RAT’s ASS how everybody else out here in this god DAMN world sees me as: a cold-blooded murderer, an unfitting child, whatever, I KNOW I did it, out of, mercy, my conscience is, clear!!!

A merciful murder, it’s not right to kill someone, in the eyes of the law, but, think about it, if it were your own loved ones who became incapacitated, and their quality of life is dropping by each and every breath they take, wouldn’t you want them to suffer less?

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Keeping Someone Who’s Already Brain-Dead on Life Support

Here comes, the issue on the RIGHT to DIE…so, here comes the dilemma, it’s still all hypothetical, but very realistic…

Imagine that someone you know (not your direct relatives, but maybe, a friend, perhaps???), for some unknown reason, became brain dead, and, even though the doctors and the nurses at the emergency rooms had done ALL that they could, and still, the person became brain dead, and now, comes the HARD part for the family.

They’re now, trapped, between the decision, of keeping the individual alive, after all, so long as they still have the person with them, physically, the “inkling” of hope is still there, even IF it’s only a false sense of security that they’re living with.

And, the ethics of all of this, is still the debate on the RIGHT to die, I mean, would the person who’s in a coma and brain dead, WANTED to have been kept alive like so, of course N-O-T, and so, who are we, to judge, whether if the family members are RIGHT in the need to keep their loved ones alive, or the individual’s right to a quality of life?

But, personally (and seeing how this is still MY website, my opinion still weighs the HEAVIEST here!!!), I would WANT to be unplugged, if something like that ever happened to me, and, I’d better go and see a lawyer, and get my living will written too………

 

 

 

 

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Kept Alive, Because of His Families’ Selfishness

He was, kept alive, because of his families’ selfishness.  His family couldn’t live with the thought of losing him, they loved him too much, so, they’d kept him on his cancer treatments.

Kept alive, because of his families’ selfishness, because they couldn’t bear the thought of letting him just D-I-E, even though his body is NO good.  Kept alive, because of his families’ selfishness, his families thought, that they wanted him to stay with them, with a total disregard of how BAD his quality of life becomes, they just wanted their father to be around longer, and thus, his sufferings, were prolonged.

Kept alive, because of his families’ selfishness, they had a TOTAL disregard of what he may have wanted, NOT to live out the rest of his life like this, all they cared about was keeping their father around, and in the end, he’d died, with a TON of pain just the same, and, the family members still didn’t believe that they didn’t do RIGHT by their next-of-kin.

Kept alive, because of his families’ selfishness, guess he’d deserved that, because he was ALL too selfish

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