When life is jarred with the constant pain from a terminal illness, a physical disability, a handicap or the agony of an incurable disease, some people willfully choose to end their life. Either by themselves or with the help of a physician or loved one, this is the practice of euthanasia. Euthanasia is an exceedingly controversial topic that some people condemn while others embrace. While the idea of injecting a patient with a lethal drug is incomprehensible to many individuals, others feel this is a great idea for scores of suffering people.
In 1990, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled, in 40 states, that all legally competent patients have to devise a 'living will'. A living will expresses what kind of care you would desire, if due to any unfortunate mishap you were unable to communicate and make decisions on your own. The document can hold the key to your life, so to speak. In the will you convey what your feelings are toward euthanasia. Ultimately, it is the document that decides your fate when you are incapable to. …
- Style and Theme in "For Colored Girls who Have Considered Suicide? When the Rainbow Is Enuf" by Ntozake Shange
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