Orthonorm, you should learn from GiC in how he answered the question.
Here's why I described your response as bitter:
Glad you have a "philosophy" albeit one which ignores reality. I am not going to answer your questions about who does or doesn't do things, I am not sure how one acts "outside of Christian theology" anyhow. You can answers those questions yourself, if they were not merely rhetorical, by paying attention to the world around you.
You don't know me. I know what goes on around me, and I've been through some pain in my life. So don't give me that crap of yours that I know nothing around me. I know exactly what I said. My philosophy is not what describes life around me, but how we should live it.
I don't need to know you to know that your statement is simply wrong. Your "philosophy" as stated is simply inaccurate. Your argument is becoming a moving target.
Sorry for whatever pain you have been through, but that does not make my statements any less incorrect or bitter.
You assume too much. Nothing other than what I wrote was meant. Any implications you drew were unintentional on my part.
If you have a "philosophy" on how things *should* be, again not much discussion to be had. Wishes and dreams are hard to argue.
Although you didn't convince me my words were bitter nor pejorative, I will answer your questions with a few answer, although you have changed your argument entirely.
Mothers in near states of catatonia dump their newborns into dumpsters. Many mothers have their babies evacuated before their birth.
People rape, kill, and torture family members, neighbors, strangers, out of fear, retribution, nationalism, pleasure, etc.
Many kill themselves because they see no quality in life at all and find their own life to be a burden on others.
A boy recently in my neighborhood tried to kill himself by sticking a kitchen knife into his stomach a few times. He claimed, no one loved him and there was no point to living. He is eight years old.
Some people out of solidarity with others starve themselves nearly to death, go without medical treatment, or willingly die the most gruesome of deaths for others. This of course raises the question about what "quality of life" means, especially if such a phrase has any relevance for a Christian.