Why do we value human life?

When we discuss about human life is very important, who’s human life we are talking about. First of all, I’ll point that all life matter, no matter we are talking about human, animals, plants, etc.

Reported to our own person, based on the type of human life we have the following categories:

- our own life — usually this is valued and protected based on one of the primary instincts…

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