Would you kill your loved one to save them?
This question really popped up in my mind after seeing the movie "Sanctum", for those who haven't seen the movie yet, there is a scene at the end of the movie where the son was asked by his father to kill him. In such a extreme situation what would you really do? Would you end their life so that instead of dying a painful death they die quickly?
Yeah I would, if they were in pain then I believe it'd be the correct thing to do.
absolutely. if there was no chance they would live and dying would be long and painful i would gladly end it for them.
No. It may seem cold but life is something I hold as sacred.
The quintessential question for any zombie apocalypse survivor. My personal answer would be yes, nobody deserves to be eaten alive. Outside of shooting someone in the head as they are being dragged away by zombies, what you are talking about is euthanasia. What I don't understand is why it should even be a question, we put our pets down so they don't have to suffer but we don't have the guts to let go of people.
No, I would not kill them. Many other chemical can be use like pain reliever, or even a strong alcohol, etc etc..
THE REAL QUESTION IS, WHAT WOULD JESUS DO!!
ONLY GOD SHOULD BE ABLE TO GIVE AND END LIFE.
FOR TRUE BELIEVERS, MIRACLES STILL HAPPEN ALL THE TIME AND WHO REALLY KNOWS WHAT THE FUTURE MAY BRING..
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