|There's been some stuff in the news lately about a person's right to die, plus the obligatory condemnation of that idea by the religious authorities. I'm not personally pro-suicide, but I think people should be free to do what they want with their own lives. I think the Declaration of Independence should say, "Life, Liberty, the pursuit of Happiness, and Death." What greater freedom is there than deciding how to live your life, and by extension, how to die? I realize suicide is a touchy subject, but this really isn't about suicide. It's typically about terminal illness and allowing a person to regain a little dignity in a situation that depletes it. Scott Adams has quite a bit to say on the topic, and I don't disagree with any of his points. Overall, I think it's odd when people who aren't affected by something end up rallying against it. You can think and feel what you want, but don't take away someone's freedom just because you don't agree with their choice.
Related: How to die. #lifestyle