He talked me out of taking my own life.
(On odwiódł mnie od popełnienia samobójstwa.)
Christians believe that to take one's life is a sin.
(Chrześcijanie wierzą, że odebranie sobie życia to grzech.)
take one's own life
Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Suicide is the act of taking one's own life on purpose.
But taking one's own life was a different story.
Johnny and my other friends had been right in their belief that I thought if wrong to take one's own life.
It is not a celebration or glorification of taking one's own life.
Well into the 19th century, taking one's own life was considered a grievous sin.
Because taking one's own life is morally confrontational, there are many different view points on suicide.
"And suicide is hardly a clean way out, if you accept the teachings of the Church on taking one's own life."
Opponents of the law argue that taking one's own life is an extreme and unjustified act.
Taking one's own life may be seen as a preferred alternative to committing certain cardinal sins.
I continue to take my Hippocratic oath very seriously, not to provide the medications to allow a person to take one's own life.
Suicides were not welcomed in holy ground, for to take one's own life was a grave offense against God who had given that life.
He felt that, "taking one's own life to avoid poverty or desire or pain is unmanly.
'You think it's spineless to take one's own life?'
"Perhaps I'm prejudiced against the idea of taking one's own life; and I still find it hard to believe that Giff would have taken his.
It's seriously wrong to take one's own life, and yet-" A chain or more ahead, Auk chuckled.
This is also where Kardec explains in detail why and how "good people" are doomed to suffer and why one should not take one's own life.
The only stipulation, Judge Kaufman said, is that the decision to take one's own life must be reasonable and made of the suffering person's own free will.
I thought of life without Mary, I thought of the greatest sacrifice one could make, to take one's own life for the sake of love.
In all but a few cases, the victim observes the same procedure, as if there were a strict, unwritten protocol about the correct way to take one's own life.
But opponents, including the Roman Catholic Church in Oregon, reiterated their beliefs that taking one's own life should never be sanctioned in any way by the state.
On Taking One's Own Life (Epistle LXXVII)
For others, the right to die means the right to take one's own life in extreme or hopeless circumstances - or to have others end one's life if one needs help doing it.
Derek Humphry, head of the Hemlock Society, which advocates the right to take one's own life, said today that he believed the acquittal would persuade prosecutors not to pursue similar cases.
To take one's own life is to take control of one's destiny; but inevitably a moment must be faced, after the deed, in which what is experienced is loss of control.
Neither those in favor of legal doctor-assisted suicide nor those against it constitute a majority, but a full 60 percent acknowledged "a moral right" to take one's own life when "suffering great pain" and having "no hope of improvement."