Inalienable Rights - Inspiration 2
This “thing” that is called Inalienable Rights is A-mazing.
Under Divine order, humans “ideally” have the potential to live a life of fulfillment. However, from that center there are sidetracks and blocks - some being social and economic constructs, location, parenting, chance, etc.
As I searched the internet I came across many definitions and perspectives on Inalienable Rights, for example:
Inalienable means something that is, fundamentally, not transferable and is impossible to take away.
Some perspectives include the right to a clean and healthful environment and the rights of pursuing life's basic necessities; freedom of speech; freedom from cruel and unusual punishment; the right to privacy, and the right to education.
Yet another... All persons are born free which include the right of pursuing life's basic necessities; of enjoying and defending our lives and liberties; the right to acquire, possessing and protecting property; and of seeking safety, health and happiness in all lawful ways.
The American Constitution states that inalienable rights are self-evident, that we are created equal, and are endowed at birth. As a part of this right, every American citizen has a protected right to vote. This inalienable right is the very foundation of our democratic way of life, and we are to be given “equal protection under the laws.”
What is not stated about inalienable rights are the barriers and misdirects infringed upon us - internally and/or externally.