“I knew there were good residents who chose not to do abortions for religious reasons, but I never really understood what one thing had to do with the other.”
But then she became pregnant and had a complete change of heart.
“It was not until I was pregnant myself that I began to really examine my feelings about the moral aspects of abortion. It had taken over a year for me to become pregnant with my daughter. The first time I saw the tiny little flicker of her heartbeat on an ultrasound screen I fell completely in love with her. I finally had to come to terms with the fact that the only thing that made my daughter any different than all those tiny babies I had terminated was the fact that I wanted her. It was as if the scales fell from my eyes and I was at last able to see what I had not allowed myself to see in all those years of doing terminations.”
She stopped performing abortions and is now training volunteers at a crisis pregnancy center about the medical and emotional complications of abortions.
Don’t wait for an epiphany. Killing unborn children is just as wrong as killing born children. It’s time to stop the slaughter.
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