Tikib wrote:Your statements show exactly why human life needs to end. Life is a blood sport where all the competitors die in pain.
So by that philosophy, there should be no life, period.
Just look at anywhere life is abundant in a natural setting, and it's clear that life IS a competitive sport. Each species and each individual, overall, fights the best it can for its own best interest. And evolution very likely "encourages" that trait over time, as the most successful individuals have the most surviving offspring.
You're entitled to your opinion, but with respect that's completely defeatist and impractical, IMO.
(In a universe with no constraints, no suffering, etc. everything could be benign. Unfortunately that's not what we have. I'd prefer we recognize that, and do the best we can. (For example, humans could decide to offer better CHOICES of ending human life with less pain and emotional trauma, just as many kind humans do for their house pets. But as a society, IMO, we largely ignore that, which given the cost in $ physical and emotional suffering, is stupidity of epic proportions). Each to their own.)