It is very hard to let go of a person that has become a part of your life. The pain of the one loving to say goodbye and having a very active participation of ending the life of the one you love. We have a lot to listen to what the ill person has to say to us. This decision gives us the ultimate reason to endure heartaches and headaches spending a lot of time to consider the option of ending life because our beloved is under a lot of pain. An option that has to come with a future longing of having to bear life in the absence of the very person that we want to grow old with. Pain as it comes literally is not suffered only by the patient itself. It has a lot to do with the immediate family and their decisions. A good deliberation in terms of medical and scientific appropriations of the life of the person and the kind of life he will get if he by wonders of miracles will survive this traumatic stage.
Pain is measured on different levels on different individuals and on different kinds of illnesses. Endurance of pain is also relative to the kind of illnesses that one bears. In this utmost moment of having to bear that pain and being dysfunctional, one sole wish is to let go. If and only if after a series of medical treatments and discomforts and the most seething pain that can be experienced, the result will still meet the expected "end", I will absolutely choose the freedom to be placed in slumber forever.
Not a soothing touch or a soothing word can make me disregard the pain I am sharing to nobody. My confidence and my self esteem are shattered. I am in pain and future is still deemed. And by this pain I am making the people around me bear the reality of taking care of me and taking on my moods. And by this pain I so would like to end this very life that God has given me. Not a comfort of prayer and testimony can soothe that pain. Pain is pain and life is ending. Please end it now. Why let me suffer more
Those are the very words that we hear when people of various terminal illnesses suffer. No amount of money and treasure in this earth can make them want life when pain is being considered in this discussion. Pain is always the utmost consideration.
A lot of families in the third world countries either bring their patients back to their houses to wait for their departure in this world or just ask for doctors in the absence of the mention of euthanasia to specifically end something that is not reviving. Maintaining life support system of the people we care about proved to be very costly. In our aim to try to revive life we are also being plunged deeper into the predicament of budgeting, selling assets and handling loan applications. Life is getting difficult as medicines and hospital bills soar unlimitedly also. As we try to revive life we are also giving up a big part of our means of survival, sources for funding. You can never live well with depleted financial resources. A lot will suffer together with the ill person also.
3. Religious implications and acceptance