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Who's Right Is It Anyway?

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I'm about to take up a position which will be deemed by some, if not all, as a
terrible stand to take. As a matter of fact, if anyone were to agree with me on this subject, I'd be
shocked. For you see, rather than arguing from a position of suicide being an unjustified and
senseless way to die, I shall argue the other point. That being suicide does have its merits. So,
before you start debating, hear my case out.
Most people argue that nothing justifies the taking of someone's life. Yet what makes life so
valuable? Why do people cling to it so? All we consist of is a bunch of carbon atoms, bound
together to form an exoskeleton, organs, and tissue. In this light, there really is not much to life. Out
of the 5 billion who inhabit the planet, very few of them shall emerge to be true world leaders. The
rest will just lead a mediocre life of work and little play. The taking of ones life can be argued
from a populist view as well. It makes little sense to preserve life in an over populated world.
True, one less person here or there will not make a large dent. Yet if everyone who attempts or had
attempted suicide were not stopped, the impact would be recognized. Another popular argument
for stoppers, people who want to prevent suicide, is that nothing can be bad enough. Yet how do
they know this? They do not have to put up with the same stuff the suicide victim ...

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