Religious attitudes to the elderly and death

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1 Sancity of Life
1.1 The idea that life is special
1.2 No one in the world believes that life is worth nothing
1.3 life should be protected
1.4 Murder results in life imprisonment
1.4.1 Waste of life (gift)
2 Quality of Life
2.1 the description of how good life is
2.2 it is how comfortable they feel
2.3 how much they have in terms of possesion of money and materials
2.4 Is life worth living if you are in serious medical state
2.4.1 Euthanasia
3 Caring for the elderly
3.1 society cares for the elderly in different ways
3.2 PENSIONS
3.3 sHELTER!
4 Getting old
4.1 WE ALL GET OLD!!!
4.2 We all know people beyond the age of retirment
4.3 a lot of these people consider trhemselves young and are offended to be called 'old'
4.4 65+ = pension
4.4.1 75+ = extra money
4.5 life expectensy is higher
5 Religious attitudes to the elderly
5.1 Life is religious because god created it
5.2 life is special because of the way we can recieve enlightenment
5.3 All religions beleive that life should be cherished
5.4 'we should treat others as we would want to be treated ourselves'
5.5 'honour your father and mother' - 10 COMMANDMENTS
5.6 'Do not cast me out in my old age, when my stength fails me' - Psalms
6 Care for the dying
6.1 Everyone dies - we all know that
6.2 For some death is sudden or swift
6.3 for others it comes to the end of a long painful time
6.4 THE RIGHT TO DEATH
6.4.1 No quality of life
7 The hospice movement
7.1 homes for the dying
7.2 People stay until death
7.3 on average they go for 2 weeks
7.4 originally for travellers, the neady and sick
7.5 Sety up by christians
7.6 for someone who is dying and cant be cured
7.7 not involving euthanasia

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