Articles Worth Pondering – Assisted Suicide: A Quadriplegic’s Perspective

Articles Worth PJoni Eareckson Tada begins her article this way…

Culture is so easily influenced by the entertainment industry. This is why I am sounding an alarm about a very dangerous message in a film released this summer. The movie? Me Before You.

I went to see Me Before You the first week it was out. I was curious because the story is about a young man named Will who became paralyzed in a motorcycle accident. The filmmakers did a great job of conveying his emotional struggles in facing a life without use of his hands or legs. As you might expect, Will falls into suicidal despair. That is until his mother hires Louisa, an upbeat young woman who sees it as her job to cheer him up. In time, they fall in love.

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Assisted Suicide: A Quadriplegic’s Perspective – by Joni Eareckson Tada

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