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A Different Take on The Life Rights Movement

A Different Take on The Life Rights Movement

It’s time to make a significant difference in the world by helping people live the principle of respecting the right of all life to live in freedom and in peace. It is time to live our lives respecting the diversity of our world. Even identical twins do not look exactly alike. We are all physically different, why should we expect everyone then to share the same views. Everyone has freedom of thought. Everyone has the right to express that thought as their belief and value system as long as that expression does not infringe upon the right of another to live their life in freedom and peace.

Once we understand the importance of the words “.. the right of all to live the life of their intention in freedom and peace” and begin being an example of what it means to live according to that principle, individuals will have a dramatic impact on the lives of others. Peace will spread. Respect for freedom becomes the norm around the globe. All have a natural respect for all life and the environment. This mindset, this knowing is actually a natural part of our being.

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