No, I would not agree. But, most likely, I would try to find out the reason for this unwillingness to live and try to restore a person's taste for life. And I am against euthanasia.
Of course not! It's a sin, and we are not without sin, we have many sins, and without this great sin. If asked, I will say
Let him ask for another
No. Am I his servant? Solve all your problems without me. That would be the answer he would have received. A frame from such a proposal not only smells, but downright stinks.
I would ask if he is ready to do the same in relation to me.
If not, then he really is not ready to part with his life, because those who really want this do not care the rest :)
Why wouldn't he kill himself?)) maybe he would agree. if we are talking about eftanazia. In other cases, I don’t know. the idea itself does not bother me, I don’t like something else - that the role of the executioner is being shifted onto me.
I don’t like living - jump out of the window yourself, what are the problems?
Only in one case. If this is an old, sick person who not only suffers from pain, but also is not curablely sick. Doctors tell him that there are no more than two or three weeks left. And if he asks me to inject him with a potent poison that will slowly kill him in his sleep, then I will agree. Yes, I will be tried, but at the trial I will try to prove that this murder is the last request of a sick person. Perhaps I will show the court a video or audio recording where a person talks about it. In any other cases, I will refuse this request.