Is it my life?

The idea of control of time and way of death has baffelled many over long time. Well meaning governments have made sucide/euthanasia a crime. Death is made morbid and unfashionable in the ad-pushed-get-quick-riches-cure world as many other old fashioned things. But when I am old and crippled with disabilities not allowing me to talk/respond, why continue with artificial means of “keeping the body alive”?  who makes that decision?

Mr. Russelll makes  poignant point   about his life.  Just as life is welcomed, death should be too.

Is it my life?

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