"The editorial in the Nov.  'Anglican Journal' ('A time to be born', p. 4] featured some of the musings of the late Dr. Donald Low. The good doctor wondered why 'assisted suicide' is not offered as an option to allow people to 'die with dignity'. I find it rather intriguing to hear that dignity can be a byproduct of suicide. .... With regard to 'die with dignity', this is even more difficult to take in. Words like 'shame' and 'stigma' are what come to mind when suicide is mentioned or encountered. 'Dignity' does not fit in with them. There is nothing dignified about killing oneself".