This is another great example. From these sentences I am guessing that what you are announcing is that you believe in the concept of natural law. That isn't necessarily true. You could believe what you said in this quote and have reached very different conclusions than natural law people, but I'm betting that you are actually a natural law guy. So, there are many different schools of natural law theory. Some believe that god bestowed certain rights on us. Others believe that natural law is primarily about the "natural" order of dominance of men over women, adults over children and whites over non-whites. Some natural law people believe that Hobbes got it about right when he concluded that we could derive a set of rights from the assumption that people are more likely to be able to agree about negative rights than positive rights, and he came up with a list of what he thinks those negative rights are. If I had to guess, I'd guess that is the bucket you're in. But that's totally just a guess. There have been many natural law thinkers have come up with different lists and some include positive rights. For example, there is a whole school of natural law thinkers who believe that the right to food is one of the most fundamental rights. So, again, you've basically said nothing. All you did is to hint at a broad category of schools of thought on rights.