posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 05:59 AM
Such a simple question can evoke such thought and response.
Only your own life experience will answer this question honestly.
Humans value life seemingly more so than anything, statistically, for other humans. Probably only because we follow a set of moral laws.
Those laws apply not to the plant and animal world, and we are guilty of taking life daily in that respect, as are they...
Is the life of a plant or animal not just as sacred as a human?
Why do we elevate ourselves atop the highest peak ?
I have seen animals who mourn the deaths of their fellow species, ie: chimps, elephants, dolphins..
To show this emotion of sadness must mean they value life, IMHO.
To answer this question truthfully though, one would have to know and fully understand the purpose and place of all things in the universe.
Sadly, we do not know that-