Every human life matters — from the oldest to the youngest, from the strongest to the most vulnerable, from the richest to the poorest, and everyone in between. Every human life is worth is protecting and encouraging — including our own.
Our circumstances need not define our sense of hope and purpose.
Love compels us to help each other to commit life when we lose our sense of hope, meaning, and purpose.
Our lives are not merely our own. We depend on our family, friends, and community — and they depend on us, so we must reach out in mercy and compassion.
There is no shame in seeking help from others. The desire we have to help others exists in our neighbours as well, and it is good to let others serve us just as we have served them.
Every human being has equal innate dignity and value and, therefore, no one has the right to choose who should live or die.