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Choosing to commit suicide is an individual choice. No one should be involved except for the person choosing to end his life. No where does the right to privacy exclude people choosing to end their life and no where does it say the law has a right to step in. A person choosing death is not mentally ill and has taken logical steps to end his life, which means he must have some concept of reality. Death may be difficult for many people to deal with and by making it evil and unattractive, people have a reason to claim distaste and misunderstanding for it. By treating suicide as dirty and "crazy" we are passing judgments on others everyday. Committing those who want to be dead may only prolong that person's suffering and at a great financial burden. Saying "I understand" does not make suicide easier to deal with, but saying that the act was wrong or committed by a mentally unstable person only makes things worse. "A truly humane society would recognize... a natural right to be left alone to commit suicide"". Give people a right to be left alone!
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