Saturday, May 18, 2019

What Constitutes a Person?


What constitutes a person?

How would you define yourself?

Now, would you be fine with having someone else or government decide for you who you should be or what you should do in your personal life?

Compassion is defined as having sympathy for the sufferings and pains of another.  

Being humane is having compassion and treating everyone and every situation with consideration. 

When the righteous pass laws that do not have consideration or compassion  then despite the intent, these laws are inhumane.

It is inhumane because these laws do not have consideration for the suffering and misery of the victims and cruelly force revictimization and deprivation of civil rights.

What constitutes a person?

When laws remove civil rights of a person or individual  without consideration for sufferings of victims, then not only are the laws inhumane, it also prevents a person from being a person with rights to decide personal life decisions.

In cases of unholy violations against a person, not only are there crimes against humanity committed, there are  sacrilegious violations against the sanctity of life (of the victim and person) and the Lord. 

These crimes and sins are without the consent of the victim and are  not blessed by the Lord.

  "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see the Lord."                                - Matthew 5:8  Without a pure heart...