The point raised about the choice of ending one's own life is in line with basic human rights. The question of human rights is debatable, although the concept of human rights is relative in nature. The idea or thought that I should end my life now..my life has no meaning..is the lack of determination and self-control. Such an idea is not acceptable in any situation. We can never justify that Death can be better than life because the concept of death is subjective in nature. A person who is mature enough to confront the ups and downs of life can alter any situation in his own favour by standing firm.
The point to ponder here is that whether the choice of an individual solely belongs to him or its the external factors that force this choice upon an individual, secondly, do the impact of such a decision is limited to that person only or it is affecting the lives of other peoples as well.
In most cases, in which a person took their own lives is related to external factors. These external factors result in abnormal mental activities, Person starts considering himself irrelevant in society. For prominent personalities like actors, writers, painters who took their lives, they are obsessed with their lives and works. For example, Van Gogh, spend his whole life painting the image of the Sun, As he achieved his goal, He committed suicide. No one living a happy and contented life makes a sudden decision of ending his/her life.