This movie currently runs even acetate HBO, 'My Sister'.
Better. I want to talk about moral implications.
We have a sick child. And needs a kidney, bone, etc. Doctor recommends us to make another baby, scheduled Bags, 100% compatible with the child. In this way we can offer the child a chance at life that is going to die.
However, how far we go to save a life? During the war front, unwritten law is to not leave anyone behind. However, how many people must die to save himself? Is it normal to use a child's life to save another?
After years of suffering in hospitals, sick child that survived until now by sacrificing healthy child step, you decide: "Enough! I do not want. I do not want to live like that, that's not life. I do not want to be a burden to my sister. "
Are we prolonging life destroyed and overwhelmed ill chance at a normal life healthy child? I know it's heartbreaking, really do not know, just imagine, how tragic it can be to see how the baby is visibly off, but worth the sacrifice?
We live in a world full of drama, however, sometimes decisions need to take are more heartbreaking than drama sine.Copilul ill: "I'm tired of being a burden, because I see how everything is collapsing. I feel like I'm to blame, it's my fault, although I did not do anything wrong. I want to live, I'm afraid of death! But when I see the river occurred because of me, I prefer death, prefer to know that after my death things will return to normal and they will be again a fmilie, will live again life will enjoy life again. For I am a burden, and so I will always be. "
PS girl parts designed allowed to claim their life? Considering that if her sister would not have needed transplants it was not designed.