What do you consider inalienable rights?
Putting aside the general definitions of this term, like, life, liberty, property/pursuit of happiness. These is also known as Human Rights.
The soul's right to breath. If it cannot take a long breath, the laws are gurted to tight. Without liberty, man is an Ibid.
Inalienable rights are those which cannot be forfeited by law, custom or otherwise. The Founders considered the most primary unalienable rights to be the right to life, the right to liberty, or freedom and the right to pursue that which makes us happy, within reason. I can think of no better definition.
Man, that is a totally awesome answer. When something is constricting around you to the point that your mind feels something pushing it, it's time to get a sledgehammer and break out some soul-space!
I truly believe inalienable rights are: a good life, to be safe and secure in ones residence without interference from without and the pursuit of internal development.
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