If I claim to own my own life then I must also recognize the natural right of self ownership for all people.
If I claim to own my own life then all forms of aggression are immoral: how can I claim to own my life and at the same time contradict the rights of someone else?
If I claim to own my own life then I must be ready to defend myself; I cannot force others to offer me protection against their will because this is aggressive and therefore immoral.
If I claim to own my own life then all interpersonal relationships and associations I make must be voluntary otherwise I am committing an act of aggression.
If I claim to own my own life then I must accept responsibility for all of my actions and decisions I make; outside of being coerced all actions and choices I make are my own.
If I claim to own my own life then I must reject all forms of collectivism because I am an individual suited to my own nature give abilities and talents; though I can identify with certain groups of individuals that share specific traits I am not defined by membership in those groups nor do I owe allegiance to any one group that I identify with.
What does it mean to own your own life?
What are some other consequences of self-ownership?