This is true because god always brings good out of evil, there is no pleasure from removal of pain if is person is dead. The catechism says that abortion and euthanasia is wrong. (c.c.2277) whatever its motives and means, direct euthanasia consists in putting an end to the lives of handicapped, sick, or dying persons. It is morally unacceptable. These ideas of removal of life are wrong for it only kills and it prevents the growth of life.
No one knows what can happen so saing there is no such thing and I don’t need to prepare are vital life changing mistakes. What happens if you wreck your car in the middle of nowhere and you have no knowledge of what to do? People say oh your smart you’ll be fine, but that’s because they think oh it won’t happen to me or I think I know everything I need to. But that’s where ignorance has gotten to people’s brains. Just because I’ve camped in my back yard and lived means I can do it in the middle of nowhere and chances are those people are going to die.
By accepting the obligation to bury Polyneices, Antigone acts as if she has no choice. “It is a law carried out by a sister for a brother.” (Jacobs 893)" " " " Devotion to family is also shown through Eurydice’s love for her sons and Haimon’s love for her ﬁance. Eurydice puts a knife through her chest after her second son is killed, “And a great cry burst from her lips for Megareus dead, and for Haimon dead, her sons; and her last breath was a curse for their father, the murderer of her sons.” (SCENE V 114-116). It clearly shows her love and devotion to her family because she does not want to be alive without them. Eurydice values (blood) family over strict society laws.
Soldiers adapt to the different criterions of war, to the point where the word death loses its emotional value. In the text, All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque, ceaselessly slaughtering people merely becomes a soldier’s duty. Paul says, “We have become wild beasts…we can destroy and kill to save ourselves.”(Remarque, 15) This shows that death no longer is considered a sensitive topic, in the soldiers’ views. Also, they don’t have any humane thoughts/feelings before assassinating someone because it becomes a part of their reflexive skills and therefore, requires no second thoughts or sensitive feelings. They seem to be indifferent to the fact that they have killed someone because assassination merely becomes their ‘job.’ In a similar manner, Generals Die in Bed by Charles Yale Harrison, is inclusive of the same insensitiveness and indifference towards the death and murdering of people.
This is primarily because he sees no future in it, and sees it as a necessity rather than an opportunity, complaining to Amanda “you think I'm crazy about the warehouse?...You think I want to spend fifty-five years down there in that – celotex interior! with – fluorescent – tubes! Look! I'd rather somebody picked up a crowbar and battered out my brains – than go back mornings!”, and to Jim “whenever I pick up a shoe, I shudder a little thinking how short life is and what I am doing!”. The passionate language of the former quote in
When Kreon was faced with the decision of what to do with the bodies he ignored what the gods and family wanted. They wanted both bodies to be buried, even though one was for the enemy. Kreon states, “An enemy is not a friend, even in death (54).” This is referring to Polynices being dead and Kreon states this while arguing with Antigone about burying Polynices. Antigone makes the argument that the gods want the body to be buried and they do not care whether it is for good or bad, they believe everybody deserves a proper burial. Kreon disagrees with this saying, “But good and bad should not share them equally (54).” He disagrees with Antigone and the gods because he believes only the good should be
Considering suicide, he doubts himself rationally in the event that it is legitimized to live with so much agony and anguish or if finishing his own particular life is the best conceivable choice. "To be, or not to be: that is the question" Hamlet makes this a stride further and works on the supposition that everybody would rather be dead than living, and is alive simply because he has a trepidation of slaughtering himself. Hamlet is no more addressing whether he needs to die, yet just whether or he finds himself able to slaughter himself, on the grounds that murdering himself clashes with his religion. Hamlet’s sadness over his father's demise and his mother's snappy marriage made him wish for death even before he discovered that his uncle killed his father. In Hamlet's first soliloquy, he wishes that his "too too sullied flesh would melt!
I know that this has happened to NEARLY every single one of us. Don't you dare try "I forgot it at home” or "my printer wasn't working", ‘I had no Internet”. Come on we ALL KNOW THE TRUTH: you gave into the "ULTIMATE FORCE", the underlying power that will make or break your day tomorrow: PROCRASTINATION. And I think, that I should personally run for "Queen of Procrastination". You see, the Webster Dictionary defines the word procrastinate as: to be slow or late about doing something that should be done; to delay doing something until a later time because you don’t want to do it; because you are lazy etc.
Firstly, some religions state that donating organs after death will affect your afterlife. For Roamers due to their common folk beliefs, they oppose any and all organ and tissue donation. They also believe that a body should be buried with all of its organs intact because the soul maintains its physical self for one year after the individual dies. The Shinto religion concurs with folk belief that a dead body is "impure and dangerous" and injuring a person after he or she dies is a "serious crime." Therefore, they do not support organ or tissue donation.
A curse that we didn’t see any value existence hold and only looked at is as a “never-ending spiral of life and death”. A curse, that we were engulfed with depression and emptiness that we often think that living is much harder than dying --- but sometimes, we would consider living as a blessing. A blessing, that we founded joy and contentment with the love of our friends and families. A blessing, that we achieved success through hard work and dedication and looked to the future bright. A blessing, that even when we felt all the negativity --- we rose to be strong and firm.