No Peter, I don't, this is how I feel, and what I think about it.
CRCulver that's because the church you mentioned accepts the politically correct determinations. Now there is the official campaign worldwide to promote donation and transplant of organs, and it's not politically correct to say that's wrong, this is why churches like the one you mentioned create a justification to allow and promote organ donation among their followers, IMHO.
We are all in the palm of God, so to speak, and He decides when we die, and when we continue living.
Many try to make me feel guilty because I refused to donate a kidney to my brother, saying I could have saved his life, but I know he would have anyways even if I gave him the kidney. Things got to such extreme that I had to stop seeing some of my closest relatives for quite a while, and until this very same day, many resent my attitude, and rebuke me every time they can. Anger, and alcohol are very common excuses to rub it on my face.
I was there helping him pray for the forgiveness of sins, I was the one bringing the priest who gave him the mysteries for last time, and there is not one year I have failed to prepare the panikhidas, not one day I don't pray for his soul, but they don't see that Do they? It's as if this temporal life was more important than life eternal, as if being here was better than being in heaven.
Of course, there are some moments that I question myself about this, sometimes I have doubts, and get terrified thinking maybe they are right, sometimes the feeling of guilt eats me up, and I want to... well, do unchristian things, even the one unforgivable sin, because I feel like a monster, mostly because of the reaction of my close beloved ones, but I still believe as I said before in this thread, even when there are times I am filled with doubts, confusion, and terror, in general, I feel I did the right thing.