Some years ago, I was sitting in a tree stand in Sampson County, North Carolina. Less than an hour after ascending into the stand, a beautiful doe stepped into my field of vision. I raised my 30/30 and set my sights just behind her right shoulder. Just as I was about to pull the trigger, I saw something moving along the outer perimeter of my field of vision. I glanced to my right and saw a young fawn grazing just 25 yards away from its mother – the doe I had nearly shot. I had to draw my weapon down for...
Good example and I have another. Lets say you have an elderly grandmother living with you who has a multitude of physical problems. Her life expectancy is not good and she is totally dependant on you for survival. Taking care of her is a drain on you, both financially and emotionally. One day you sit down with her doctor and dicuss your "options". He says for a fee he could easily increase the dosage on one of her medications and she would simply fail to wake up one morning. Is the doctor then a hired killer or since both agreed should neither be charged with murder? Is it okay for a physician to end life simply because he has a license to practice medicine?
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