There is no right to live , you have a right to life,
You're contridicting yourself.
to live is your responsibility to your life.
Living is a responsibility? What about the people who don't want to live? Should we forcibly prevent people from committing suicide at (lol) the point of a gun? Isn't being at the point of a gun kind of what they want anyways?
I agree with the general sentiment here that there is no right to life. Such a position seems consistent with libertarianism, which espouses that there are no positive rights, only negetive rights.The right to life is a positive right.
It is impossible to engage in social corrporation if people are violating each-others rights. E.g., I cannot trade with someone who is stabbing me without my permission. It is not a stretch to say that it is a duty of every individual in civilized society to respect rights, and that those who do not should be exiled.
If someone wants to stop working and will die of starvation, it is not anyone's duty to feed him unless there is a right to life. Since a right to life has been demonstrated to constitute a positive obligation on "society," there can be no such thing as a right to life under libertarianism.