I know this will spark a ton of controversy, but it's what I believe. I think that in some circumstances suicide should be allowed. Im not talking about assisted suicide cases. I mean, obviously it shouldnt be allowed if the person isnt in the right frame of mind. IE, if they are under stress, or mentally ill, or just a chemical imbalance. Im talking about completely sane people who actually logically thought it over, looked at their future, understand what they are giving up, and being able to end their life if they so choose. Im sure there's prob not that many with those circumstances so... For me, yes I do get depressed every now and then and consider suicide, but even outside of those times, even if Im happy, I still consider it. Ive thought a lot about my future, even thinking if there was the slightest chance all my problems would go away, Id never have anymore, and I could do what I wanted. I just dont see anything hugely worth living for me. Is it that hard to believe that I would want to end my own life? Overall Im happy with how my life has turned out, so for me to die today or tomorrow wouldnt be a regret. I really dont want to end up living for 70+ years, it's just a rediculous long time. I mean, from now on peoples lives are pretty bland. You work majority of the time, and ya you get to have some fun, but to me it's not that big of a deal for me. Like I said, it's not that I really want badly to die right now, but Id still have no regets if I did die. Again, Im not saying everyone should have that right, but some should. I mean, you have the option to choose everything else in your life: what jobs you keep, who you marry, where you live, etc. Why shouldnt the option to die, for those who've given it tons of thought, and prob with a phyciatrists approval, be there? PS, I also know there will prob be a lot of comments about how it's not possible to want to die, etc, not in human nature, but I expect that... it is a debate after all.