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Posted by sandra (U15631788) on Saturday, 29th June 2013
I have a little question; I mean if there's no sanctity of life, how would we live differently? and, in what way do you think human life is special?
Posted by ChamakhAttack (U15700670) on Monday, 8th July 2013
Posted by U15782422 (U15782422) on Monday, 8th July 2013
the sanctity of life means that all life is sacred so without it there would probably be a lot of murder and killing becasue there would be no one opposing it. Also i think human life is special becasue everyone is unique and has the opportunity to make their life whatever they want it to be if they try.
I hope this helps
Posted by sandra (U15631788) on Wednesday, 10th July 2013
Thank you very much for the reply and the information and yes; it did help
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