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Elderly Couple Euthanized Together, They Died Holding Hands

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Remember when society considered it a tragedy when old people killed themselves? Now, apparently, it is celebrated as a splendid “death with dignity” choice. From the Telegraph story: An elderly couple died holding hands surrounded by loved ones in a rare double euthanasia. Nic and Trees Elderhorst, both 91, died in their hometown of Didam, in […]



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I read the entire article -- think it's really kind of sweet , considering their physical conditions and all.

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It's tragic. God is the One Who gives life.. He should be the One to determine when souls will return to Him.




Normally I'd agree. But -- in their age bracket -- their family was okay with it. And apparently their Dr. was, also. It wasn't shared How it was done, just that it was and under those circumstances.


Dr.s Do help cancer patients pass as comfortable as possible. They help ease them so they're not gasping for breath at the end -- or in awful pain. We probably don't know the way patients are 'eased out' with medical intervention.

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