There is No Death With Dignity

A sick child who is not terminally ill is permitted to starve to death in the UK and the mother who perpetrated this crime against her own child is considered “compassionate?” We live in a culture of death where life is meaningless and death is dignified?  Does that make us, as a culture, civilized?

There is no dignity in death. Ever. Death stalks us all and we can muddy the waters with euphemisms, but that doesn’t make death dignified. How long before these “brave” and “compassionate” champions of “death with dignity” legislate the value of someone’s quality of life? Who will be rendered obsolete tomorrow?

Wretched with Todd Friel

Episode 1504

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2 thoughts on “There is No Death With Dignity”

  1. Heartbreaking.
    And no, we don’t live in a civilized society. The constant barrage of horrifying news headlines are evidence of this reality.

    It brings to mind Isaiah’s 5:20 woe regarding those who invert their definitions of “good” and “evil”.

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    1. That say, Let him make speed, and hasten his work, that we may see it: and let the counsel of the Holy One of Israel draw nigh and come, that we may know it! (‭Isaiah‬ ‭5‬:‭19‬ KJV)

      Come Lord Jesus!

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