How do Buddhist feel about euthanasia?
Beside this, what is the Buddhist view on euthanasia?
Buddhists are not unanimous in their view of euthanasia, and the teachings of the Buddha don't explicitly deal with it. Most Buddhists (like almost everyone else) are against involuntary euthanasia. Their position on voluntary euthanasia is less clear.
Subsequently, question is, what does Buddhism say about pet deaths? The idea of a human and a pet being reunited after death, they say, makes no sense according to Buddhist precepts. Cremating an animal and placing its ashes in a temple graveyard alongside human remains, they add, will cause distress and unpleasantness for other families.
Also, what religion believes in euthanasia?
General Christian view. Christians are mostly against euthanasia. The arguments are usually based on the beliefs that life is given by God, and that human beings are made in God's image. Some churches also emphasise the importance of not interfering with the natural process of death.
What does Hinduism think about euthanasia?
Euthanasia and suicide Other Hindus believe that euthanasia cannot be allowed because it breaches the teaching of ahimsa (doing no harm). However, some Hindus say that by helping to end a painful life a person is performing a good deed and so fulfilling their moral obligations.