posted on Dec, 21 2015 @ 07:35 AM
It seems to me that in a situation where an individual is the only person around, you can do what ever it is you are capable of doing. Might makes
right more or less. You can do what ever you can do but there will be consequences of your actions esp. when someone or something else is involved.
Go a head and do what you will but ultimately you must face the consequences of any act. Should you do anything you are capable of doing is another
question. You will either face the consequences during your life time, when you go to meet your maker, or nothing will come of it at all. Action -
reaction, all in accordance with the situation. People do dangerous and stupid crap all the time, your luck will only last so long before it catches
up with you.
Humans are not physically capable of flying the way birds do, but you are able to jump off a cliff and flap your arms, however, you will probably fall
to your death. Flying like a bird, as if you had wings, is one thing that is not endowed by our creator, but you can give it a try and see what
happens. Regardless of laws and rights, you are free to try anything but it doesn't mean you have the ability to actually do it.
I would agree that because you are alive and can live, it is self evident as a fact, however, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are dependent on
your personal situation IMO because you are only naturally capable of doing a limited amount of things based on your "God given" abilities. Morality
is another issue I should think, and that is where "rights" come in to play. You are always free to make choices with your "free will" regardless of
any laws or rights unless you are somehow prevented from the exercise of said will.