i am disgusted

Posted: 10/03/2008 in abortion, books, learning, life, parenting

i’m so disgusted by this book.

this book from my understanding – of course having NOT read the book, attempts to cross the political lines of pro-abortion and pro-life. it seems the goal is to place recognition and accept the emotion that goes along with abortion but not allowing it to become a con to abortion, but saying, it’s just a part of it and moving along like nothing happened! equating it to a surgery to remove a tumor that left you with a tiring recovery period and some soreness. that’s all.


it’s hard for me to even talk about it. i’m not one who believes picketing is the best approach. but just because i find that as simply not the best approach do i believe that saying or doing  NOTHING is? of course not!

i simply want to say; there are A LOT of abortions happening every day. and if someone happens to get you involved with their decision making process and asks you for some help in discussing. please know what your heart says about it NOW. don’t doubt God. he has given us free will but still over all of that he still creates ever single one of us and has a design and purpose for each. who are we to play God and decide a life isn’t worth living. shwoo! i know i don’t have the wisdom to determine that!

maybe a good book to read is a purpose driven life by rick warren (it’s at the top of my main page right under “glimpse”; click “book list”) if you are feeling insecure about your life having purpose which then questions the life of each of these babies. 

another thing i want to remember if the above scenario ever happens to me… yes, the woman and men in this country need to have free will and yes, they have a right to choose BUT what about the baby’s rights…

ideally! how about everyone just take care of themselves and not do dumb stuff that we know we shouldn’t be doing! then the government doesn’t even have to be involved! so i’m going to stop complaining about the government and make sure i’m doing everything in my power so i don’t have to rely on them, then they can just focus on what really needs done and not worry about all the other crap that shouldn’t even be on their desk!  

smiling; stepping off her soapbox for the day! wishing you all a happy friday!

  1. breanna says:

    soul and the ability to tell right from wrong

  2. breanna says:

    post from http://lambdadelta.wordpress.com/
    If a woman doesn’t have final say over the contents of her own womb,what distinguishes her from an incubator?

    (sorry it’s out of order; i accidently deleted her comment; my response is above)

  3. Britt says:

    An incubator is a machine, with has eggs placed in it from an outside source. It has no choice, it has no voice. It is doing it’s job.

    A woman breathes, thinks, decides .. a woman lives. Every decision she makes affects the next. Every step she takes leads her somewhere. Some of those steps are taken towards selfish desires. Some of those steps lead to tragic events. And then some of those steps are chosen by the actions of another.

    Women who make a deliberate choice to have sex need to face the consequences. This sometimes means enduring a nine month pregnancy for a baby they do not want. We cannot call another human a mistake, and we cannot be flippant about taking a life to make our lives easier. Our society will forever be locked in the debate of when a life begins, but as Steve Deace (a radio talk-show host on a local Iowa channel) once appropriatly pointed out: No man ever puts a condom on after ejaculating.

    Then there are those who have fallen victim to rape and incest. They must not only deal with their own pain, but they must also face the very real reminder of their pain in the face of their child. They also have an amazing chance to rise above that pain and give that child a chance to live their life with parents who love and adore them. They have a chance to live outside themselves and save a life.

    We don’t allow women to murder their rapists, and yet we allow them to murder the babies created by them. Having an unwanted baby may not be fun or easy. But for that baby, it is the greatest gift you could ever give them.

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