Human Rights and Interpretation of the same. Article 1. Human born: a) free, b) in equal dignity and rights, c) must have a brotherly behavior. Although, within the category of living beings, animals, have similar features with our group, mammals, humans have traits that make them different from the rest. It is human nature that we humans, implies that we have the ability to a) think b) expressing feelings, c) we are aware and know how to distinguish between good and evil. That all of us in the group of mammals humans, means that we are equal, we are not identical (just have to see our fingerprints). Each one of us we are different, each one of us (and we found along our life) our "legitimate rarities" but we can not forget that we have attributes that make us all equal, we have to treat them all with the same respect and dignity. Everyone should be free, so everyone has the right to liberty does not mean: a) to do whatever we want, b) restrict our behavior, the rights of others. Article 2. All people have all the rights and freedoms that the Declaration contains without distinction as to: a) religion, b) property, c) race, d) birth, e) color, f) sex, g) language, h) political opinion. No matter the sovereignty or political status of the country. When we talk about discrimination means exclusion, restriction preference based on race, color, sex, language, religion, nationality, ethnic origin or ancestry. This impairs or prevents equal: a) recognition, b) enjoy, c) the exercise of human rights or civil liberties in the field: a) political, b) social, c) cultural d) economic, e) other of the public life of the person. This article leads us to the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION METHODS. Article 3. Everyone has: a) the right to life, b) the right to freedom and c) the right to personal security.