The loss of a loved one in a family is devastating, especially when that member that dies is someone very close and special. After having attended two funerals this past week I find most all people go through the same grieving process, except each person handles grieving in different ways. I have been involved in nursing for the past two years and I have found that anger, denial, shock and disbelief are the emotions most often seen in family members of a deceased person. Anger is a very strong emotion, and I believe it is one of the most misunderstood of all. As a nurse, I have found that the anger the family shows to the staff taking care of the dying patient is not really directed at the staff, but at themselves.
Which is unfortunate that people take thoughs bad days and terminate their life over it. I need your help with this problem because I myself as a young woman cannot do it by myself. In North America alone, over 26 thousand people committed suicide in 2008, and every 10 minutes someone ends their life. Which is not right. If people are having a hard time with life, they should talk to someone about it.
Regarding the issue of abortion, The Roman Catholic Church opposes all forms of abortion procedures whose direct purpose is to destroy a foetus, since it holds that “Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception. From the first moment of his existence, a human being must be recognized as having the rights of a person — among which are the inviolable right of every innocent being to life.”(Catechism of the Catholic Church, n. 2270) It admits certain acts which indirectly result in the death of the foetus, as when the direct purpose is removal of a cancerous womb. In addition to saying that abortion is immoral, the Catholic Church also makes statements and takes actions in opposition to it being legal.  In lots of catholic churches the opinion varies from practicing Catholics who are usually pro-life and the non-practicing Catholics who choose pro-choice. Catholics teachings say that willingly, knowingly and deliberately committing evil is never justifiable - Even if the intent is good, with this moral being absolute and cannot be changed.
He basically degrades the entire Bible by saying that there is no fact in the world and everything is an interpretation. He claims the truth is unnecessary to be spoken because it is only necessary to speak the truth when the untruth is so false that it can be detected. Nietzsche shares his belief that a human’s life is 100% controlled by the individual and all success should be credited to that individual. Then he disrespects all Christians by claiming they are a species of weak failures looking for pity that shall parish to the strong-willed all-powerful being. I strongly disagree with almost everything Fredrick Nietzsche writes about in this section of the reading.
I say this for the purpose of my belief in God the creator of at all life. It violates Medical Ethics. The Hippocratic Oath expressly forbids the giving of deadly medicine to anyone who asks. “This ancient document also requires doctors to swear by Apollo and all the gods and goddesses” (Farnell, 2006). It challenges trust between doctor and patient.
• The official Roman Catholic Church is against euthanasia and says it is a crime. Protestants, on the other side, take a more liberal view. • Hindus think that, even though helping a person end a painful life may be good, it interferes with the cycle of death and rebirth. • In Islam all forms of euthanasia are forbidden. Arguments for and against For • Euthanasia can quickly and
Abortion would be considered unethical and wrong since it would be killing a creation by God. By going on with abortions and euthanasia we consider life “cheap” which then would not make life sacred. A human being is a human being from the moment of conception. The taking of any human life, which is sacred, is wrong. With euthanasia, whatever measures that can be taken to prolong the life should be taken.
Abortion-Catholic and Islamic Perspectives The views regarding abortion in the eyes of Catholics and Muslims are similar, with a few exceptions. Catholics believe that human life is sacred from the time of conception until the person dies of natural causes. The Catholic Church teaches that “Human life is sacred because from the beginning it involves the creative action of God and remains forever in a special relationship with the creator” ("Donum vitae," 5). Taking the life of an innocent person, whether they are born or unborn, is morally wrong. In Islam, there is a very high respect for both the life of a mother and a fetus.
Legalising and allowing euthanasia to happen weakens society’s respect of this sanctity. Religions like Christianity, Islam, etc are against euthanasia because religion teaches people that the death of every individual should be decided by God, that God chooses how long and how a person should live. Suffering is only but a part of life and living. If euthanasia is accepted, it means that the lives of the sick and disabled are worth less than others. Furthermore, euthanasia is unnecessary in the presence of palliated care.
‘Abortion can never be justified’- Do you agree? Christians have a divided opinion on abortion, dependant on their interpretation of Bible teachings. Catholics are pro-life and therefore will agree with the statement on the basis that abortion goes against teachings on the sanctity of life as they believe that life starts at conception. On the contrary, Liberal Protestants are pro-choice, believing that the mother has the right of choice. They believe that life starts at birth or when the baby is viable, hence seeing no issue with abortion within the current UK law.