“You see, the difficulty with making a decision [for assisted suicide] is that we’re not really sure what tomorrow is going to bring. We make a decision based on the grief of today.” —A quote from me in an interview a number of years ago. See at this link. WHY I'M AGAINST ASSISTED SUICIDE
I had been in an electric wheelchair for many years resulting from three decades with aggressive multiple sclerosis. My MS had moved from exacerbating-remitting to secondary progressive. By all medical wisdom, my prospect was continued degeneration and eventual institutionalization in a nursing home. As I said in the interview, I had no idea whattomorrow would bring. Three years ago, the Lord raised me out of that wheelchair to stand on legs as thin as popsicle sticks—atrophied from years of being virtually useless. I walked again (albeit with a cane). I still am walking!
(I am available for interviews, Zoom meetings. Contact email: HumanLifeMatters@shaw.ca)