Year: 1997 Source: Crisis, v.18, no.3, (1997), p.101-102 SIEC No: 19971282

Death itself is neither moral or immoral; how we die, however is seen as a moral act. And how others respond to us, during this part of our lives, is also a moral matter. Many questions about how we arrange death are in need of untangling & clarification. To provoke discussion on this topic in future columns, the author poses a series of questions that focus on some of these real-life dilemmas.