This is a very good question and there are several ways of answering it, but I'll suggest this way..
Take a pen and paper. Write down his good qualities and his bad …qualities, the things you like about him, the things you don't like about him. Compare the notes you have made concerning this person. IF there are more positive things than negative things then perhaps he's the one for you, but in all honesty no one can ever know for sure. What's good today may be no good tomorrow so in life you take chances and hope that all goes well. The main thing is do you both communicate well with each other? Communication is the key to any relationship, you would be wise to keep this in mind if this person isn't for you and you decide to try things out with someone else. (MORE)
Rights refer to political, economic, social, and other advantagesto which someone has a just claim, morally or in law.One official definition of the word rights is "that which… ismorally correct, just, or honorable." (MORE)
This is a philosophical issue. Different societies extend different kinds of rights to their citizens. It is possible to argue that everyone has certain inalienable rights w…ith which they have been endowed by their creator (God) and which therefore do not depend upon the consent of other people. But in practice, you are only going to have those rights that you are allowed to have by the society in which you live. You may think that you have a right to freedom, but you can still be put in jail. You may think you have a right to life, but you can still be executed. And if your pursuit of happiness involves smoking pot, too bad, because that is illegal in most places, with some medical exemptions being possible (but no exemption is granted on the basis that you have a right to the pursuit of happiness). So the answer appears to be, you have rights because that is the kind of society that we live in, as a result of decisions made long ago by various influential political figures. And if you want to continue to have rights, you will support political parties that believe in human rights. (MORE)