This means that a person’s right to life is a precondition for other rights, like private property or movement; if one is not free to not be killed, then he or she can’t be free to travel to Rome or own a car.
Thus if Fred’s right to life were ever to conflict with Joe’s right to travel, Fred’s right would win out and Joe’s right would be limited.
The right to be secure in one’s life, in other words, cannot be overridden in favor of a competing, less basic right.
However, on the other side of the coin, pro-choice activists say no life exists and the woman has the right to choose in this case.
Third, is that I have lost a sibling while he or she was only weeks old and know the heartache of a lost life.
Secondly, I believe any human life taken intentionally is modern day human sacrifice.
She had the baby at home and even though the baby was smaller than my thumb, I could see that it was a human being. In conclusion, the three reasons that make me pro-life are God, knowing that abortion is human sacrifice, and how much I still love my lost sibling.
I believe as our founding fathers did when they wrote the Declaration of Independence, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” All human life, born or unborn, has value.
All people are to be treasured and motherhood received as a gift from the Lord.
Not only am I pro-life for the reasons above, but I have also seen first hand how precious life is even when it is small.