In Feudal Japan, the act of suicide was a highly ritualized and accepted practice, mainly among the samurai, but stories often speak of nobles who do it as well... in the west, its somthing we abhor... illegalize... debate its merits to put an end to suffering at end-of-life... What exactly is the moral reason people disapprove of the practice? And what circumstances make it ok? Or are thier none? At what point is an individual's right to make that choice for themselves "wrong" and they need "help"? At what point is it ok to assist someone in doing it?