There are six options for us as our lives come to an end. People, in discussion with their loved ones, can think about what choices they wish to make. This presentation examines each of the six choices and pays particular attention to Washington State's law on death with dignity. People who have a six month terminal illness, in consultation with two physicians, may choose to take medication to end their life when they wish. Dr. Dwight Moore, psychologist and volunteer for the End of Life Washington organization for six years, will speak about some of the moral dilemmas involved, some of the requirements of the law, and answer any questions about the six options.